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Ann Elizabeth Montgomery, PhD, MPA, MSSW

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Core Investigator, VA Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion (CHERP)
Investigator, National Center on Homelessness Among Veterans (NCHAV)

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Ann Elizabeth Montgomery, PhD, MPA, MSSW is an Investigator with the National Center on Homelessness Among Veterans (NCHAV), a key partner in the CHERP Center of Innovation (CHERP COIN). She has recently led a pilot study, Homelessness Risk among Women Veterans: Demographic, Clinical and Health Services Use Characteristics with CHERP collaborators Melissa Dichter, PhD, MSW, Said Ibrahim, MD, MPH and Diane Richardson, PhD. Dr. Montgomery has conducted research and evaluation activities in a number of settings, with a focus on underserved populations including persons with HIV/AIDS, persons experiencing homelessness, and adults with co-occurring serious mental illness and substance-related disorders.

At NCHAV, Dr. Montgomery’s research is focused on homelessness prevention, interventions to end homelessness, and the demography and epidemiology of homelessness among Veterans. She has been particularly involved in developing, piloting, and analyzing data from a universal screen for homelessness and risk that is deployed across the VA healthcare system as well as evaluating several VA Homeless Programs including HUD-VASH and Safe Havens.

From NCHAV web site: Ann Elizabeth Montgomery has conducted research and evaluation activities in a number of settings, with a focus on underserved populations including persons with HIV/AIDS, persons experiencing homelessness, and adults with co-occurring serious mental illness and substance-related disorders. Most recently, Dr. Montgomery’s work has focused on research, evaluation, and planning efforts related to homelessness prevention and supportive housing for special needs populations