Martha Burt and Brooke Spellman focus on how federal policy and
state and local action have stimulated the development of homeless
assistance networks and how those networks are evolving to address
ending homelessness. While little formal research has been done on
this subject, the authors present frameworks for assessing system
change as well as describe promising practices from the field. They
describe factors that may influence the success of change efforts,
including the local and state context, the interest and commitment
of stakeholders, the scope of desired change, the governance and
management structure for change, and the intended process for
change. They also review mechanisms that help make change happen by
reorienting local Continuums of Care, matching clients and
services, retooling funding approaches, and using data to track
implementation and outcomes.
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