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A Systemic Approach to End Homelessness

Date: 
10/07/2007
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Applied Systems Thinking Journal - David Peter Stroh and Michael Goodman
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This article provides a case study of how Systems Thinking was applied by the authors with a community brought together by the Battle Creek Homeless Coalition to address the chronic homelessness in surrounding Calhoun County. Through this collaboration involving broad multi-sector representation, the community designed an initiative that is leading to change for lasting social impact. . Systems Thinking is an approach used to develop a shared understanding of why chronic, complex problems exist - as well as where the structural leverage lies to solve such problems in powerful and sustainable ways.

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