Our Research & Evaluation Products
A proprietary model that incorporates two dozen data variables to create scenarios of the amount and affordability of housing that a community will require over the next five to ten years.
This short survey is intended to help assess changes in quality of life among clients who were homeless and have since been housed.
Often, communities are unsure whether their housing crisis response system is functioning efficiently, or where room for improvement could be. OrgCode has extensive experience with housing crisis response systems of all types across North America and even Australia.
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Our Research & Evaluation Projects
On April 16, 2013, the Hampton Roads Community Foundation presented a study of the Virginia Beach Housing Crisis Response System to the City Council. The study is intended to provide the city, the foundation, nonprofit service providers and faith organizations with a guide to creating an improved system that meets federal requirements and implementing best practices in order to do a better job of preventing and ending homelessness.
In October 2012, the City of Red Deer and The Red Deer & District Community Foundation (RDDCF) engaged OrgCode Consulting, Inc. to conduct Red Deer’s first Point in Time (PIT) Homeless Count.
The City of Kingston engaged OrgCode Consulting, Inc. to conduct Kingston’s first Point in Time (PIT) Homeless Count held on October 16, 2013.