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Mitch Mirkin of VA Research Communications interviews Dr. Ann Elizabeth Montgomery of VA’s National Center on Homelessness Among Veterans. Montgomery recently led a study titled “Veterans’ Assignment to Single-Site Versus Scattered-Site Permanent Supportive Housing.” The conversation focused on the HUD-VASH program and the types of living situations it offers Veterans.
Read more: Housing for homeless Veterans
Listen (30:10); Transcript
(Photo by Joe De Sciose)
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Updated/Reviewed: September 27, 2019