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City Limits: Homelessness Crisis Demands a New Kind of Shelter—Not More Hotel Rooms

By Ralph da Costa Nunez

“Over the last 30 years, there has been very little change in policies to address family homelessness. But a capital investment to develop new Tier III facilities would positively transform the entire family shelter system. The homeless and the community would be equally served while the costs of doing so would go down. It is an old idea whose time has come, and a win-win policy for all.”

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