Intervention results in more stable housing for homeless adults

A program that included scattered-site supportive housing using rent supplements and case management services led to more stable housing for homeless adults with mental illness in four cities in Canada, compared with usual access to existing housing and community services — but the intervention did not result in significant improvements in health-related quality of life, according to the study. —> Read More Here


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