Findings from A Fidelity Assessment of a Housing First Programme in a Small Canadian City

This paper presents the findings of a second fidelity assessment of a Housing First programme in a small Canadian city. The evaluation included two components: a) a fidelity assessment by an external team of experts; and b) key informant interviews and focus groups with programme staff to identify contributors to programme areas of high fidelity and low fidelity

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