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This curriculum is written on behalf of the members of our human community who wander our city streets, live in wooded areas, dwell under bridges, and otherwise inhabit the edges of the landscape of our lives. It is written especially for those individuals for whom homelessness is not a transitory experience, but has become a fixed condition. These people, our neighbors, experience severely disabling conditions and face seemingly impervious structural barriers in moving from the street to stability. They are the ones for whom hope is a distant dream. The curriculum is designed to be used by any person or program involved in reaching out to people experiencing homelessness. Parts of the curriculum are specifically oriented to those working in federally-funded Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) projects throughout the United States. (author) Use the online version. A companion printed copy is also available.
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2002
Nashville, TN
206-296-4493
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