Standing Faculty > Dennis P. Culhane, PhD

Dana and Andrew Stone Chair in Social Policy

Bio | Selected Works | Curriculum Vitae (pdf)


Current Projects

  1. Developing an Annual Homelessness Assessment Report for the US Congress on the prevalence and dynamics of homelessness in the United States.
  2. The service use patterns of homeless adults in New York City and Philadelphia.
  3. The Neighborhood Information System: Providing web-based mapping and analysis tools about Philadelphia and its neighborhoods.
  4. SUMS Replications: Providing web-based mapping and analysis tools to local governments about health and human services needs and utilization trends.
  5. The Kids Integrated Database Project: Developing a database infrastructure for the analysis of children's education, health and well-being through the integration of administrative records.
  6. HIV/AIDS housing needs assessment in New York City and New York State.

Recently Completed Projects

  1. The cost of homelessness versus supportive housing for homeless people with severe mental illness in New York City.
  2. The prevalence of homelessness in nine US jurisdictions in 1998.
  3. A model of housing abandonment in Philadelphia.
  4. The intersection of homelessness and child welfare service involvement in Philadelphia.