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Homeless in Minnesota 2003: Key Facts From the Survey of Minnesotans Without Permanent Housing
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This research, drawn from face-to-face interviews with more than 3,000 homeless adults and youth experiencing homelessness throughout Minnesota, describes some of the causes, effects, and circumstances surrounding homelessness. The interviews took place in nearly 250 places throughout Minnesota, including about 220 emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, and battered women's shelters, and also included people not currently in shelters. This statewide survey of people who are homeless or living in temporary housing programs has been conducted every three years since 1991. (Authors)
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Wilder Research Center
2004
St. Paul, MN
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