Homeless youth, homeless single adults, homeless/housing service providers working on housing allocation

USC CAIS has a diverse portfolio on homelessness related projects including HIV prevention, housing allocation, and suicide prevention.  Our projects represent different homeless populations (e.g., youth, single adults), health behaviors (e.g., substance abuse, HIV prevention), and concerns (e.g., housing allocation).

To evaluate LA’s current system and design pilots that inform refinements across three core components of LA’s homeless services system: Assessment, Administration, and Application.

To develop a fair and efficient algorithm which creates personalized matches for persons/families experiencing homelessness.

Have You Heard? (HYH) study:  using AI for HIV prevention among homeless youth through influence maximization using social network algorithms.

Minimizing substance abuse in a social network of homeless youth by influencing the spread of positive and negative behavior.

To develop a fair and efficient algorithm which creates personalized matches for persons/families experiencing homelessness.

We aim to use a peer change agent model to decrease violence experiences within a social network of homeless youth.

We want to learn the priorities of stakeholders for a given decision-making problem in order to create more fair, accountable, and transparent decisions.

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