Table of contents for The Homeless in contemporary society / edited by Richard D. Bingham, Roy E. Green, Sammis B. White.
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Preface - Richard D Bingham, Roy E Green and Sammis B White
PART ONE: UNDERSTANDING HOMELESSNESS
A Brief History of the Homeless Problem in the United States - Charles Hoch
Who Are the Homeless and How Many Are There? - Kathleen Peroff
The New Homeless - Mary E Stefl
A National Perspective
Marjorie J Robertson
An Emerging Problem?
Homeless Women and Children - Patricia A Sullivan and Shirley P Damrosch
The Situation of Homelessness - Rene I Jahiel
Homelessness - Michael S Carliner
A Housing Problem?
PART TWO: POLICY AND PROGRAM OPTIONS
The Role of Religions and Non-Profit Organizations in Combatting Homelessness - Mary Anderson Cooper
The National Healthcare for the Homeless Program - James D Wright
Los Angeles - Allan David Heskin
Innovative Local Approaches
Portland Oregon - Marsha Ritzdorf and Sumner M Sharpe
A Comprehensive Approach
The State Role - Governor Mario M Cuomo
New York State's Approach to Homelessness
The Federal Role in Aiding the Homeless - June Q Koch
Third World Solution to the Homeless Problem - Leland S Burns
Homelessness - Randolph H Knight
An American Problem?
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Homelessness -- United States.
Homelessness -- Government policy -- United States.