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Developing the "Support" in Supportive Housing

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Date Published: June 2003

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This manual is intended for supportive-housing providers seeking information on developing and maintaining support services for supportive-housing projects. It includes a history of supportive housing, as well as information on developing and maintaining support services for to deal with employment, mental health, HIV/AIDS, substance abuses, and crisis and conflict. It also contains a glossary of terms related to supportive housing and mental health.

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  • Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)
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