Palmer De Paulis and Gail Miller speak about how aid for the diverse homeless population requires a multifaceted approach.
“Just like the populace at large, our homeless population is not homogeneous. It is diverse and comprised of multiple groups of people — single men, youths, families, the elderly, those with mental health and substance abuse issues and so on. Each of these groups has specific needs that must be considered and addressed separately and thoughtfully.” Palmer De Paulis and Gail Miller, Salt Lake Tribune, September 19, 2015.
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