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Treglia's research focuses on addressing homelessness, housing instability, and income insufficiency in the United States. Treglia focuses on connecting research directly to policy and practice, and works with policymakers and practitioners to ensure his work is relevant and actionable. In addition to Treglia's work at Penn, Treglia hosts the Youtube series Past the Pandemic, is a Senior Research Fellow at United for ALICE, and leads the Social Policy Analytics consulting firm.
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Finds that newly homeless adults use hospitals at high rates immediately surrounding their shelter stay, supporting the theory that health and housing crises are intrinsically connected.
Estimates of youth homelessness are based on inappropriate methods and, as a result, underestimate homelessness among people 16-24. We use survey data from the YRBS and find homelessness exists at rates significantly higher than reported elsewhere.