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Laying a New Foundation: Changing the Systems that Create and Sustain Supportive Housing

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Date Published: July 2003

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This report draws on CSH's decade of experience in advocacy and policy work to describe what successful public systems for creating supportive housing might look like and how to build them. Its lessons include a discussion of ten building blocks that have helped change systems.

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  • Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)
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