Social Work and the Courts: A Casebook

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chaos in some of our public housing units has been a national blind spot and a national disgrace."

In this "one-strike" case the court was forced to decide between a law that could cost "innocent" low-income individuals their publicly subsidized homes and the concerns of public housing officials and other tenants in maintaining a zero-tolerance drug policy.


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Freeman, L., & Botein, H. (2002). Subsidized housing and neighborhood impacts: A theoretical discussion and review of the evidence. Journal of Planning Literature,16(3), 359-378.
Golant, S. (2002). Geographic inequalities in the availability of government-subsidized rental housing for low-income older persons in Florida. The Gerontologist,42(1), 100-108.
Guhathakurta, S., & Mushkatel, A. (2002). Race, ethnicity, and household characteristics of Section 8 housing clients and their impact on adjacent housing quality. Urban Affairs Review,37(4), 521-542.
Washington, T. (2002). The homeless need more than just a pillow, they need a pillar: An evaluation of a transitional housing program. Families in Society,83(2), 183-188.

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