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Finding home : policy options for addressing homelessness in Canada

Author: John David Hulchanski; Homeless Hub (Online service); Canadian Homelessness Research Network.; University of Toronto. Cities Centre.
Publisher: [Toronto, Ont.] : Cities Centre Press, 2009.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Hulchanski, David J.
Finding Home : Policy Options for Addressing Homelessness in Canada.
Toronto : Homeless Hub and the Canadian Homelessness Research Network, ©2000
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John David Hulchanski; Homeless Hub (Online service); Canadian Homelessness Research Network.; University of Toronto. Cities Centre.
ISBN: 9780772714756 0772714754
OCLC Number: 758075555
Notes: "Hosted by the Homeless Hub and Canadian Homelessness Research Network"--E-book information page.
Description: 1 online resource ([565] pages in various pagings) : illustrations, digital file
Contents: 6. Aboriginal people. 6.1. Housing for aboriginal children & youth: the need for a holistic approach / National Council of Welfare --
6.2. Homeless aboriginal men & the effects of intergenerational trauma / Menzies, Peter. 7. Justice. 7.1. A revolving door? Homeless people & the justice system in Toronto / Novac, Sylvia; Hermer, Joe; Paradis, Emily & Kellen, Amber --
7.2. More sinned against than sinning? Homeless people as victims of crime & harassment / Novac, Sylvia; Hermer, Joe; Paradis, Emily & Kellen, Amber --
7.3. Homelessness, incarceration, & the challenge of effective discharge planning: a Canadian case / Gaetz, Stephen & O'Grady, Bill. 8. Research. 8.1. A longitudinal approach to research on homelessness / Klodawsky, Fran; Aubry, Tim; Nemiroff, Rebecca; Bonetta, Cristina & Willis, Alette --
8.2. Pathways into homelessness: testing the heterogeneity hypothesis / Peressini, Tracy. 4. Women. 4.1 Supporting young homeless mothers who have lost child custody / Novac, Sylvia; Paradis, Emily; Brown, Joyce & Morton, Heather --
4.2. Better off in a shelter? A year of homelessness & housing among status immigrant, non-status migrant, & Canadian-born families / Paradis, Emily; Novac, Sylvia; Sarty, Monica & Hulchanski, J. David. 5. Immigrants & refugees. 5.1. Living on the ragged edges: Latin Americans and Muslims and the experience of homelessness in Toronto / Zine, Jasmin --
5.2. Taking care of their own? Or falling between the cracks? Absolute & relative homelessness among immigrants, refugees, & refugee claimants in Vancouver / Hiebert, Daniel; D'Addario, Silvia & Sherrell, Kathy --
5.3. At risk in Canada's outer suburbs: a pilot study of immigrants and homelessness in York Region / Preston, Valerie; Murdie, Robert; Wedlock, Jane; Kwak, Min Jung; D'Addario, Silvia; Logan, Jennifer; Murnaghan, Ann Marie; Agrawal, Sandeep & Anucha, Uzo. 2. Health. 2.1. The relationship between homelessness & health: an overview of research in Canada / Frankish C. James; Hwang, Stephen W. & Quantz, Darryl --
2.2. The health of Toronto's homeless population / Street Health Toronto, 2007 --
2.3. Mental health, mental illness, & homelessness in Canada / Canadian Population Health Initiative of the Canadian Institute for Health Information --
2.4. The health of street youth in Canada: a review of the literature / Boivin, Jean-Francois; Roy, Elise; Haley, Nancy & Galbaud du Fort, Guillaume --
2.5. Understanding the health, housing & social inclusion of formerly homeless older adults / Mcdonald, Lynn; Donahue, Peter; Janes, Julia & Cleghorn, Laura --
2.6. Traumatic brain injury in the homeless population: A Toronto study / Hwang, Stephen W.; Colantonio, Angela; Chau, Shirley; Tolomiczenko, George; Kiss, Alex; Cowan, Laura; Redelmeier, Donald A. & Levinson, Wendy. 3. Children & youth. 3.1. Homeless youth: the need to link research & policy --
Kidd, Sean A. & Davidson, Larry --
3.2. Whose safety counts? Street youth, social exclusion, & criminal victimization / Gaetz, Stephen --
3.3. Social housing policy for homeless Canadian youth / Chau, Shirley & Gawliuk, Mike --
3.4. Street survival: a gendered analysis of youth homelessness in Toronto / Gaetz, Stephen & O'Grady, Bill --
3.5. Social stigma and homeless youth / Kidd, Sean A. --
3.6. How young people get off the street: exploring paths & processes / Karabanow, Jeff --
3.7. The Peel Youth Village: designing transitional housing for homeless suburban youth / Bridgman, Rae. Introduction --
Homelessness: what's in a word? --
Hulchanski, David J.; Campsie, Philippa; Chau, Shirley B.Y.; Hwang, Stephen W. & Paradis, Emily --
1. Housing. 1.1. Transitional housing models in Canada: options and outcomes / Novac, Sylvia; Brown, Joyce & Bourbonnais, Carmen --
1.2. Shelters for the homeless: learning from research / Hurtubise, Roch; Babin, Pierre-Olivier & Grimard, Carolyne --
1.3. One in five: housing as a factor in the admission of children to care / Chau, Shirley; Fitzpatrick, Ann; Hulchanski, J. David; Leslie, Bruce & Schatia, Debbie --
1.4. The Toronto shelter zoning by-law: municipal limits in addressing homelessness / Ranasinghe, Prashan & Valverde, Mariana.
Other Titles: Policy options for addressing homelessness in Canada
Responsibility: J. David Hulchanski [and others], general editors.
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