Editor’s Note: This survey was funded by our readers. Many thanks to those who contributed, and those who shared their expertise to determine subjects to ask about. We know this isn’t peer-reviewed social-science research, but hope it is a small step in gathering a wider range of feedback from those with experience of these homeless services. You can read the full final report compiled by Amárach Research here.
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