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On January 25, 2006, a unigue gathering of government officials and practitioners met to discuss their experiences in joining employment services with housing and other supportive services for people who are chronically homeless. The meeting’s purpose was to start a national dialogue about policy and practice challenges that inhibit access to employment and training services by homeless job seekers. We approached this conversation with the common ground that all Americans, even those who are chronically homeless, have a right to participate in the labor market and benefit from public mainstream workforce programs. The resulting dialogue, its key themes, and suggested next steps are captured in this report. (Authors)
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