Incarceration can launch stubborn cycle of homelessness, Villanova researcher finds

WHYY 12/07/17

“Living in a homeless shelter repeatedly for months at a time is strong evidence that some people never reintegrate, at least not in almost eight years after release. Instead, I find evidence of essentially a vicious cycle. Individuals become homeless, get back on their feet, and, within a year, they begin the process over again.” – Brianna Remster, CJRA Expert.

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