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Funding Housing for Homeless Americans With Mental Illness Is a Financial Gain for All

As Congress considers the federal budget proposal for fiscal year 2018 to reduce funding for services to poor and homeless Americans, programs with proven cost-effectiveness should not be on the chopping block. One such program is supportive housing for homeless people with severe mental illness.  Read more.

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