JSA has expertise in the design and implementation of qualitative and quantitative research with people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, including people with complex mental health, drug and alcohol and special support and housing needs. We work to develop effective solutions for such groups, including in relation to affordable and supported housing solutions. We provide:
- Detailed analysis of statistics, relevant data and reports
- Interviews and workshops with key informants including services and service users
- Setting up primary data collection methods for use by others to better understand the nature and extent of the homeless population in a local area
- Detailed field work in collaboration with outreach services including ‘street counts’, interviews and field observations of people experiencing homelessness and those at risk of homelessness.