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    Understanding the Collaborative Planning Process in Homeless Services: Networking, Advocacy, and Local Government Support May Reduce Service Gaps

    Journal of Public Health Management & Pracitce

    Year: 2018

    The Continuum of Care (CoC) process—a nationwide system of regional collaborative planning networks addressing homelessness—is the chief administrative method utilized by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development to prevent and reduce homelessness in the United States. The objective of this study is to provide a benchmark
    comprehensive picture of the structure and practices of CoC networks, as well as information about which of those factors are associated with lower service gaps, a key goal of the initiative.

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