Better evidence
for a world without homelessness

The Centre for Homelessness Impact exists to improve the lives of people experiencing homelessness through better use of data and evidence.

Use our data and evidence tools

Our Evidence Tools for homelessness put evidence at people's fingertips, making the available evidence easier to use and highlighting where more and better evidence is needed. Our tools show what the evidence says about homelessness interventions and help you make smarter decisions about how to best serve those experiencing homelessness in the future.

How to use our tools
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What have we learnt so far?

We have worked with national and local governments, co-designing and investing in groundbreaking projects to help build a growing body of evidence. Find out more about what we have learnt so far about how to improve the lives of people affected by homelessness through better use of data and evidence.

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Test and Learn and Systems-Wide Evaluation

Learn more about our programme of trials and evaluations: testing ways to reduce homelessness and end rough sleeping, and mapping the homelessness and rough sleeping system.

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Latest News

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May 14, 2024

‍Open call to join the Centre for Homelessness Impact (CHI) Peer Review Panel

CHI is seeking to recruit a diverse group of individuals who, we anticipate, will have a wide range of interests and expertise in the evaluation of housing and homelessness programmes and interventions. We are looking to appoint independent anonymous peer reviewers to provide additional scrutiny and support to independent evaluators working on rigorous evaluation of the implementation, process, cost and impact of interventions, programmes and policies.

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Ending homelessness for everyone, not just those we count

Heather McCluskey, our Implementation Lead reports back from a mutual learning event organised by EuroCities focusing on women’s and LGBTQ+ experiences of homelessness in Dusseldorf. She finds hope in new, inclusive ways of counting and measuring homelessness.

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March 21, 2024

CHI appoints three new trustees

Three new members have been appointed to CHI's board of trustees

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