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The Clinton administration's homelessness plan represents a departure from past federal efforts in recognizing the scope, complexity, and structural causes of homelessness. Most importantly, it provides a much improved conceptual framework for the design of future efforts to reduce homelessness, particularly the recognition that mainstream programs and policies must be enlisted in this fight to avoid expanding the emergency housing system with an unnecessary health and welfare bureaucracy of its own.
homelessness, federal policy
Culhane, D. P. (1995). Federal Plan to Address Homelessness Recognizes Size, Complexity of Problem. 1-3. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/spp_papers/128
Date Posted: 11 June 2008