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Staffing Challenges and Strategies for Organizations Serving Individuals who have Experienced Chronic Homelessness
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Hiring and retaining appropriate staff is essential for programs serving those who have experienced chronic homelessness. This paper describes specific staffing challenges and strategies from the Collaborative Initiative to Help End Chronic Homelessness (CICH), an 11-site, multi-agency Federal program designed to serve people experiencing chronic homelessness who also have a disabling condition such as substance use or mental health problems. (Authors)
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2010
37
2
226-238
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