The Minnesota Supportive Housing and Managed Care Pilot: Qualitative Evaluation Year 4
The Supportive Housing and Managed Care Pilot (the pilot) is a demonstration project designed to engage state and county governments with community agencies and participants in
addressing the problem of long-term homelessness. The pilot provides affordable housing and other supports necessary to help people with long histories of homelessness lead healthier lives
in the community. The pilot serves single adults and families whose histories of homelessness are exacerbated by other difficulties such as medical problems, mental illness, chemical
dependency, and histories of trauma. This year’s qualitative report attempts to shed increased light on issues affecting the long-term stability of participants (Authors).
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