Homelessness, Unsheltered Status, and Risk Factors for Mortality: Findings From the 100    000 Homes Campaign.

@article{Montgomery2016HomelessnessUS,
  title={Homelessness, Unsheltered Status, and Risk Factors for Mortality: Findings From the 100    000 Homes Campaign.},
  author={Ann Elizabeth Montgomery and Dorota M. Szymkowiak and Jessica Marcus and Paul Howard and Dennis P. Culhane},
  journal={Public health reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={131 6},
  pages={
          765-772
        }
}
OBJECTIVES People who live in unsheltered situations, such as the streets, often have poorer health, less access to health care, and an increased risk of premature mortality as compared with their sheltered counterparts. The objectives of this study were to (1) compare the characteristics of people experiencing homelessness who were sleeping primarily in unsheltered situations with those who were accessing homeless shelters and other sheltered situations, (2) identify correlates of unsheltered… CONTINUE READING
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