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Colburn g 2014 the federal commitment to homelessness

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Colburn, G. (2014). The Federal Commitment to Homelessness Prevention: A Silver Lining of the Economic Crisis. Poverty and Public Police, 6(1), 33-45.
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Carrasco 2 Colburn discusses the changes in how the federal government after the 2007-2009 economic crisis responds to homelessness. Many policies were put into place during that time to help benefit the less fortunate, suppressed and afflicted populations. Ponce, A. N., Lawless, M. S., & Rowe, M. (2014). Homelessness, behavioral health disorders and intimate partner violence: Barriers to services for women and children. Community Mental Health Journal, 50 (7), 831-40. doi: The author discusses the proportionately higher number of women than men who are homeless. Some of the factors that are believed to be attributed to that is the lack of accessibility to services due to domestic violence and the co-occurrence of homelessness. Rayburn, R. L. (2013). Understanding homelessness, mental health and substance abuse through a mixed-methods longitudinal approach. Health Sociology Review , 22 (4), 389. The author Rayburn looks into the long-term follow up of homelessness people in the Major cities who are afflicted with mental health and substance abuse problems. A qualitative and quantitative
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