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H-Hub San Diego

We’re excited to announce the launch of H-Hub San Diego, an open, geospatial data repository on homelessness for San Diego County. The goal of H-Hub is to provide actionable data and mapping tools for policymakers, service providers, researchers, and advocates. Come join us at our Virtual Open House on Friday, June 4 from 12:00 - 1:30p (PT) to explore H-Hub and learn how it can support your incredible work. Consider inviting other friends and colleagues who might be interested in these tools and how they can help us all solve homelessness in the San Diego region.  Check out the H-Hub Event and Info Flyer.

To join us, please go here to RSVP. 


About the H-Hub
The H-Hub was created by a team of USP faculty and researchers to fill a critical gap in the San Diego region’s efforts to develop data-driven responses to our region’s homelessness crisis. H-Hub is an open access, free repository for mapping and documenting homelessness, and consolidating data to support advocacy, services, research and policy in the San Diego region. The H-Hub uses GIS as its main platform because visualization and mapping can be a powerful method for presenting and analyzing data.

Critical to the work of H-Hub is collaboration with organizations in the public, private and nonprofit sectors, elected officials, other researchers, and unhoused San Diegans. The aim is to provide a resource that will support efforts to improve policies and programs related to homelessness and to support the region’s goals to provide equitable opportunities to low-income and unstably housed San Diegans.  

About the Open House
Join us for a virtual tour of the H-Hub. We will provide a demonstration of the various tools and resources available on the H-Hub. Engagement with community partners is central to our vision, so we would like to hear and learn from attendees about their research needs and interests. We will have the opportunity to discuss these in small breakout rooms.

About our Supporters
The H-Hub research team would like to express its deep appreciation to the Lucky Duck Foundation and the Yankelovich Center for Social Science Research at UC San Diego for their critical support.