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Bella English

For homeless agency, the focus is on permanence

By Bella English
October 19, 2008

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For the past five years, Father Bills Place in Quincy has sheltered fewer and fewer homeless people, with the goal shifting to permanent, not emergency, housing. Just over a year ago, it merged with MainSpring in Brockton to create a super-agency dealing with the South Shore's homeless. (Full article: 926 words)

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