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Financial Readiness | Sep 07, 2012

Risk Factors for Homelessness among Women Veterans

Abstract “Background: Women veterans are three to four times more likely than non-veteran women to become homeless. However, their risk factors for homelessness have not been defined. Methods: Case-...

Financial Readiness | Aug 24, 2012

Do Homeless Veterans Have the Same Needs and Outcomes as Non-Veterans?

Abstract “Although veterans have been found to be at increased risk for homelessness as compared to non-veterans, it is not clear whether those who are homeless have more severe health problems or p...

Financial Readiness | Aug 30, 2013

Associations Between Health-Related Quality of Life and Financial Barriers to Care Among Women Veterans and Women Non-Veterans

Abstract “The authors of this study examined the association between health-related quality of life and financial barriers to care, defined as not getting the needed care due to cost considerations....

Financial Readiness | Aug 29, 2014

The Effect of 21st Century Military Service on Civilian Labor and Educational Outcomes

Abstract “I estimate the effect of military service during the Afghanistan and Iraq wars on civilian labor and educational outcomes using several empirical methodologies including sibling fixed effe...

Financial Readiness | May 31, 2013

“Homelessness and Trauma Go Hand-in-Hand”: Pathways to Homelessness among Women Veterans

Abstract “Background: Veterans comprise a disproportionate fraction of the nation’s homeless population, with women veterans up to four times more likely to be homeless than non-veteran women. Thi...

Financial Readiness | May 09, 2014

Financial Well-Being and Post-Deployment Adjustment among Iraq and Afghanistan War Veterans

 Abstract “Research has yet to examine the relationship between financial well-being and community reintegration of veterans. To address this, we analyzed data from n=1,388 Iraq and Afghanistan War...

Financial Readiness | Mar 21, 2014

Housing Instability and Mental Distress Among US Veterans

Abstract “Evidence has suggested increased risk for homelessness and suicide among veterans, but little is known about the associations between housing instability and psychological distress (includ...

Financial Readiness | Apr 06, 2012

The Effect of Veterans Benefits on Education and Earnings

Abstract “Veterans’ benefits that subsidize education and training constitute the largest federal program for student aid. Using data from the 1987 Survey of Veterans, the author presents estimat...

Financial Readiness | Dec 19, 2014

The Potential for Health-Related Uses of Mobile phones and Internet with Homeless Veterans: Results from a Multisite Survey

Abstract “Background: Addressing the health needs of homeless veterans is a priority in the United States, and, although information technologies can potentially improve access to and engagement in...