Commissioning, Delivery and Perceptions of Emergency Accommodation for Young Runaways

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Commissioning, Delivery and Perceptions of Emergency Accommodation for Young Runaways. / Rees, G; Franks, M; Medforth, R; Wade, J.

London : Department for Children, Schools and Families, 2009. 91 p. (Department for Children, Schools and Families Research Report).

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Rees, G, Franks, M, Medforth, R & Wade, J 2009, Commissioning, Delivery and Perceptions of Emergency Accommodation for Young Runaways. Department for Children, Schools and Families Research Report, vol. DCSF-RR181, Department for Children, Schools and Families, London.

APA

Rees, G., Franks, M., Medforth, R., & Wade, J. (2009). Commissioning, Delivery and Perceptions of Emergency Accommodation for Young Runaways. (Department for Children, Schools and Families Research Report). London: Department for Children, Schools and Families.

Vancouver

Rees G, Franks M, Medforth R, Wade J. Commissioning, Delivery and Perceptions of Emergency Accommodation for Young Runaways. London: Department for Children, Schools and Families, 2009. 91 p. (Department for Children, Schools and Families Research Report).

Author

Rees, G ; Franks, M ; Medforth, R ; Wade, J. / Commissioning, Delivery and Perceptions of Emergency Accommodation for Young Runaways. London : Department for Children, Schools and Families, 2009. 91 p. (Department for Children, Schools and Families Research Report).

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