From Marginalized to Mainstreamed: The HEART Project Empowers the Homeless.

@article{Goetz1996FromMT,
  title={From Marginalized to Mainstreamed: The HEART Project Empowers the Homeless.},
  author={Kathryn W. Goetz and Cynthia J. Schmiege},
  journal={Family Relations},
  year={1996},
  volume={45},
  pages={375}
}
The poor have traditionally been isolated from the mainstream of American society. Historically, they have been sequestered in ghettos, skid rows, and poor neighborhoods, as well as institutionalized in alms houses and debtors prisons (Katz, 1989). Increasingly, the homeless find themselves unable to secure housing and forced to live with friends or relatives, stay in public shelters, or camp under bridges and in public parks. The lack of a personal residence sets the homeless apart, isolates… Expand
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