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Financial Implications of Public Intervention on Behalf of a Chronically Homeless Family

This report is a supplement to The Supportive Housing Continuum: A Model for Housing Homeless Families, published by the Family Housing Fund in January 2000. That report describes a model of supportive housing, which combines affordable long-term housing with supportive ...
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Homelessness in the North Carolina Resident Offender Population

A recurrent theme in many state and local plans to end homelessness is an acknowledgment that increased focus on the housing needs of ex-offenders is required if community goals are to be met.  Data in this report shows that 7% ...
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Employment and Income Supports for Homeless People

David Long, MA, MPP, Abt Associates Inc., Bethesda, MD John Rio, MA, CRC, Advocates for Human Potential, Cypress, TX Jeremy Rosen, National Policy and Advocacy Council on Homelessness, Alexandria, VA In this paper, the authors synthesize the findings of recent ...
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The gospel of 'White Mike'

2 MAY 2007  •  by Mike Kelly, Jeffrey E. Stern, The Independent Weekly, Durham, NC view story on The Indpendent Weekly's site view pdf version of story Editors' note: A little over a year ago, writer Jeff Stern profiled a ...
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Renters feeling mortgage crisis shockwaves

Ripple effects now squeezing area's financially vulnerable due to greater competition for affordable housing Jim Wise Raleigh News and Observer August 30, 2008  Durham and the Triangle have been spared the worst of the credit crunch and foreclosure wave, but ...
Author: Susanna Birdsong
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Fair Housing Law for Shelters Training Materials

NCCEH hosted a training on Fair Housing Law for Shelters on June 15, 2007. The materials from the training have been posted here: "Serving Persons with Disabilities: Legal Responsibilities of Emergency Shelters" View PowerPoint Presentation View Handout
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Serial Inebriate Program Training Materials

NCCEH hosted a training on San Diego's Serial Inebriate Program in March, 2008. The materials from the training are posted here.
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2007 Report from the Joint LOC on MH/DD/SAS

The Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services is charged with examining, on a continual basis, the system-wide issues affecting the development, financing, administration, and delivery of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse ...
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2008 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress (AHAR)

These reports were developed in response to a series of Congressional directives beginning with the FY 2001 HUD Appropriations Act. In that year, Congress directed the Department to assist communities to implement local Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS) and required ...
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Homeless Advocates Hold Workshop in Capital

by TRANG DO, Herald-Sun Washington Bureau July 10, 2007   WASHINGTON - Durham resident Alphonso Williams really knows how to captivate a crowd.  But it's not because of his towering 6-foot-4 frame or his booming, resonant voice.  It's because he ...
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