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Long Term Homelessness Among Individuals and Families in Minnesota in 2003
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This report summarizes information from Wilder Research Center’s 2003 homeless survey about families and individuals who could be considered “long-term homeless.” These people were identified from survey data based on a combination of their current and prior experiences of homelessness. Those identified as “long-term homeless” were living in emergency shelters, transitional housing programs, outdoors, or in other emergency arrangements, and were:
Homeless for at least one year during the current episode, or
Currently homeless for less than one year in the current episode, but homeless at least four times in the previous three years. (Author)
Wilder Research Center
St. Paul, MN
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