Table 2.

Correlates in Multiple Regression Model of Transition From Stable to Unstable Housing (N = 194 330)*

CharacteristicNo Housing Instability (n = 192 513) %Transition into Housing Instability (n = 1817) %aOR95% CIP Value
Marital status
Service-connected disability
    10% to 40%19.822.11.110.97–1.270.14
    50% to 100%46.445.60.750.67–0.85<0.001
    Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation New Dawn15.616.21.080.93–1.260.30
Discharge Status
    Non-honorable discharge0.10.4***
    Honorable discharge98.196.50.630.49–0.82<0.001
    Combat exposure6.47.30.980.80–1.190.81
    Military sexual trauma28.643.41.571.42–1.75<0.001
    Chronic medical condition19.322.61.030.91–1.160.64
    Alcohol use disorder1.34.51.491.13–1.980.005
    Drug use disorder1.24.61.771.34–2.35<0.001
  • aOR, adjusted odds ratio; CI, confidence interval; PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder.

  • * Reference group.

  • The analyses controlled for the following variables not included in this table: race (Non-Hispanic black, Non-Hispanic white, Hispanic, Other race), age groups in years (18 to 34, 35 to 44, 45 to 64, 65+), number of weeks between first and last screen for housing instability.