JAMA Article: Supportive Housing Cuts Cost of Caring for the Chronically Homeless
The latest issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) has issued an article focusing on the cost-effectiveness of supportive housing and future directions in homelessness. The article catalogues a growing body of evidence suggesting that it is more cost-effective to provide individuals experiencing chronic homelessness with supportive housing than to allow these individuals to remain on the street, where they may require costly public services.
Please visit the JAMA website to read the article.
Source: Journal of the American Medical Association