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Permanent Supportive Housing
Permanent supportive housing is designed as an intervention to end chronic homelessness—for housing people who had disabilities and had been homeless for long periods of time. That being said, permanent supportive housing is a somewhat flexible model—it can be provided in a congregate setting or in scattered site units throughout a community. And, the services provided can vary drastically from program to program. An comparison between the impact of scattered site and congregate supportive housing, and for whom would be helpful as would a survey of the prevalence of types of services provided by programs.

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