The Veteran Community Research Project Finds its Purpose in Collecting and Developing Collaboration Data to Support Homeless Veteran Recovery.
The research project will utilize a basic research multi-method approach which included correlative, qualitative, and quantitative analysis. The homeless Veteran social service support system will be analyzed to identify key processes, service recommendations, and best-practices. Outcomes will seek the development of community network innovations and systems that expedite high quality social services to promote homeless Veteran recovery.
Our 2023 research "Motivation and Application in Homeless Recovery" focused on Identifying key factors/components that influence motivation application and techniques related to homeless recovery in South Carolina.
Within this study, we analyzed possible relationships between participant motivation and recovery to establish correlation and association.
The Motivation and Application in Homelessness Research Project utilized twelve (12) participants within a client-centered approach. Data development focused on participant motivation, abilities, and application to achieve self-identified goals by navigating social service programs and services. Six (6) of twelve (12) participants (50%) self-identified high motivation levels related to personal goals. The remaining six (6) of twelve (12) participants self-identified moderate motivation levels related to personal goals.
Inspire Real Change research with the twelve identified (12) participants has determined that the lack of motivation and action to achieve self-identified goals was a main factor contributing to unsuccessful outcomes. Additionally, participants with successful outcomes identified the client-centered case navigation and personal goal development as positive contributing factors.
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The Biopsychosocial (BPS) in Homelessness Research provided an analysis of biopsychosocial factors within a group of twenty (20) individuals/participants experiencing homelessness in South Carolina. The biopsychosocial analysis included biological, psychological, and social factors related to homelessness.
Within this study, the biopsychosocial assessment utilized was found to be a highly effective evaluation for interpersonal and environmental data collection related to homelessness. In principle, the biopsychosocial assessment was considered comprehensive and well-received by participants.
The following points represent the participant outcomes related to individual goals established during assessments:
- Twelve (12) participants (60%) achieved identified goals in recovery
- Four (4) participants (20%) made moderate progress toward goals
- Four (4) participants (20%) did not make progress or complete goals
Based on the data collected, we conclude that the biopsychosocial or trauma-informed assessment can produce high-quality data to support effective case navigation and homeless recovery. Contact us directly for complete report.
Homeless Recidivism - (Basic Research Method - South Carolina/ Midlands) – Case studies of chronic and acute homeless individuals who are currently experiencing homelessness and/or formally housed and regressed back into homelessness. Project/Data Study Highlights: participant needs, initial/vulnerability assessments, housing history, health/wellness, and regression process. Project milestones/goals: find cause/common causes of recidivism, service gaps, and potential solutions to reduce homeless recidivism. Findings include solution-focused models related to Trauma-Informed Care, Integration of Biopsychosocial (BPS) assessments, and Consolidate Social Services within a Centralized Care Center. Contact us directly for complete report.
Lexington, South Carolina, United States