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Penn School of Social Policy and Practice Working Paper
Faced with a difficult economic climate with high levels of unemployment and widespread home foreclosures, the Administration of President Barack Obama has created a unique opportunity to rethink and redirect fundamental policies and practices ranging from health care to regulation of the financial industry. A similar opportunity exists to change Federal homeless assistance policies and programs.
Culhane, D. P., & Byrne, T. (2010). Ending Chronic Homelessness: Cost-Effective Opportunities for Interagency Collaboration. Penn School of Social Policy and Practice Working Paper, Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/spp_papers/143
Date Posted: 14 July 2010