Dennis Culhane

National Center on Homelessness among Veterans

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Director of Research for the National Center on Homelessness among Veterans and professor of Social Policy at the University of Pennsylvania

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It was a headline that sounded too good to be true. "The Surprisingly Simple Way Utah Solved Chronic Homelessness and Saved Millions."

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