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Housing First: The Key lessons from Europe

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Housing First: The Key lessons from Europe . / Pleace, Nicholas; Bretherton, Joanne.

2014. Paper presented at Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

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Pleace, N & Bretherton, J 2014, 'Housing First: The Key lessons from Europe ' Paper presented at Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness Conference, Vancouver, Canada, 3/11/14 - 5/11/14, .

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Pleace, N., & Bretherton, J. (2014). Housing First: The Key lessons from Europe . Paper presented at Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

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Pleace N, Bretherton J. Housing First: The Key lessons from Europe . 2014. Paper presented at Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

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Pleace, Nicholas ; Bretherton, Joanne. / Housing First: The Key lessons from Europe . Paper presented at Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

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