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Providing Treatment for Homeless People with Substance Abuse Disorders: Cases Studies of Six Programs
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This report presents information about what seems to work well in practice, according to those currently working in six programs recognized for providing effective substance abuse treatment for people who are homeless. It discusses common characteristics and provides detailed descriptions of these programs, including how they each approach issues such as access to housing and comprehensive services, service integration, service planning, and staff qualifications.
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2003
Nashville, TN
615-226-2292
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