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The VA's First Comprehensive Homeless Center: A Catalyst for Public and Private Partnerships
Stephen Berman; John E. Barilich; Robert Rosenheck; Gay Koerber
Psychiatric Services 1993; doi:
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Veterans Alfairs Medical Center, Los Angeles, California 90073

social work service at the Pittsburgh-Highland Drive VA Medical Center

Yale University; Northeast Program Evaluation Center at the VA Medical Center in West Haven, Connecticut

Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington, D. C.

1993 by the American Psychiatric Association

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In 1991 the comprehensive homeless center won the community council of Greater Dallas' annual award for program excellence. Dallas Mayor Annette Strauss, who nominated the center for the award, highlightedits rolein catalyzing all sectors—public, private, and voluntary—to joint action on behalf of homeless veterans. The homeless center expects that with continued community involvement, lasting solutions to the problems of the homeless veteran will be found.

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