2/13/2016 4:31 PM

It is through work that we engage the world and become members of our communities. Research confirms that people with histories of homelessness, including those with disabilities, want to and can work when given the opportunity, support, and services to do so. The resources below provide information on building effective collaborations, making use of evidence-based or promising employment practices, and engaging people who are homeless to help them achieve better employment outcomes.
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