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Rapid re-housing has increasingly become a staple of community responses to end homelessness. It is now used with families, single individuals, unaccompanied youth, and survivors of domestic violence. But, not much is known about the adaptations to the model for those subpopulations: Does the length of assistance provided vary based on the population served? What variations are there in the attached services? What are the outcomes for various populations—how quickly do they leave shelter, where to they live when assistance ends, and do they remain housed?