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Separate and Unequal: The Struggle of Tenants with Mental Illness to Maintain Housing
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An article by Bazelon Center Staff Attorney Michael Allen examining the "bundling" of housing and support services for people with psychiatric disabilities—the requirement that consumers comply with a treatment program in order to retain the housing. Allen suggests that the practice is counterproductive and of questionable legality. The article also reviews the state of fair housing laws and urges vigorous advocacy for enforcement of federal and state fair housing laws. (Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law)
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