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Rethinking homeless services to make it easier for people to get off the streets. - Few months ago, a group of us got together to re-think how we provided selfless services to the homeless. The way we had been doing things wasn’t working. Getting help was like running an obstacle course. We were asking people with little or no access to transportation to run back and forth across town, from one agency to another, desperately trying to stitch together the resources and referrals they needed to pull themselves back on their feet. The same problems that contributed to people bec

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Rethinking homeless services to make it easier for people to get off the streets. - Few months ago, a group of us got together to re-think how we provided selfless services to the homeless. The way we had been doing things wasn’t working. Getting help was like running an obstacle course. We were asking people with little or no access to transportation to run back and forth across town, from one agency to another, desperately trying to stitch together the resources and referrals they needed to pull themselves back on their feet. The same problems that contributed to people bec
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