Housing: From Street, to Shelter, to_____?
The problem of homelessness begins with an insufficient supply of accessible housing. Obvious as this fact may seem to those working in the shelter system, policy-makers and service providers often do not pay enough attention to housing issues. As a result, shelter workers often are unable to do as much as they would like to meet homeless persons’ housing needs. But there are many steps that shelters can take to help improve homeless persons’ housing opportunities.
KeywordsPublic Housing Housing Stock Homeless People Drug Problem Homeless Person
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