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Long-Term Housing and Work Outcomes Among Treated Cocaine-Dependent Homeless Persons
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Background:
-Addiction treatment a common point of entry for homeless.
-17% received treatment in past year.
-Treatment goals include housing.
-Policy depends on outcomes data.
-Comparisons of housing vs treatment-first interventions de-emphasize treatment.
-Researchers risk “talking past” each another. (Authors)
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2007
Washington, D.C.
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