Health Care and Public Service Use and Costs Before and After Provision of Housing for Chronically Homeless Persons With Severe Alcohol Problems

Publisher: JAMA Network
Year: 2009

This study found that providing supportive housing to chronically homeless individuals with severe alcohol problems significantly reduced health care and public service utilization and costs. The research highlights the potential benefits of providing supportive housing to this population, including improved health outcomes and reduced healthcare costs, emphasizing the need for increased investment in supportive housing programs to address homelessness and improve health outcomes for vulnerable populations.

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