Across the Continuum of Care: Transitional Housing Programs in the Midwest
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For the next stop on our tour, we travel to Michigan. The state of Michigan offers a dramatic counterpoint and distinctive ecological context when compared with our Mississippi case study. Situated squarely in the Midwest, Michigan is the original home of the American automobile industry.
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