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Better than Cure? Testing the case for Enhancing Prevention of Single Homelessness in England

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Better than Cure? Testing the case for Enhancing Prevention of Single Homelessness in England. / Pleace, Nicholas; Culhane, Dennis.

London : Crisis, 2016. 64 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Pleace, N & Culhane, D 2016, Better than Cure? Testing the case for Enhancing Prevention of Single Homelessness in England. Crisis, London.

APA

Pleace, N., & Culhane, D. (2016). Better than Cure? Testing the case for Enhancing Prevention of Single Homelessness in England. Crisis.

Vancouver

Pleace N, Culhane D. Better than Cure? Testing the case for Enhancing Prevention of Single Homelessness in England. London: Crisis, 2016. 64 p.

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Pleace, Nicholas ; Culhane, Dennis. / Better than Cure? Testing the case for Enhancing Prevention of Single Homelessness in England. London : Crisis, 2016. 64 p.

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