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Chapter: Appendix E: Acknowledgments

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Acknowledgments." Institute of Medicine. 1988. Homelessness, Health, and Human Needs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1092.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Acknowledgments." Institute of Medicine. 1988. Homelessness, Health, and Human Needs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/1092.
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Page 224

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EA~knowledin~ents Throughout this study, the committee and its staff have been assisted immeasurably by numerous organizations and individuals. The committee and staff wish to gratefully acknowledge their assistance. We apologize to anyone we have inadvertently omitted. WILLIAM BONER, Mayor, Nashville, Tenn. PHILIP BR~cKNER, St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center, New York City KAREN CARNEY, Health Care for the Homeless Program, Birmingham, Ala. MARTIN COHEN, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Program for the Chronic Mentally Ill, Boston, Mass. M~cHAE~ Cous~NEAu, Health Care for the Homeless Program, Los Angeles, Calif. PAu~ ERRERA, U.S. Veterans Administration, Washington, D.C. PAMELA FISCHER, The Johns Hopkins University DAv~D F~ANDERs, U.S. House of Representatives staff, Washington, D.C. ROBERT Gains, U.S. Veterans Administration, Washington, D.C. HOPE G~E~cHER, Health Care for the Homeless of Baltimore City, Baltimore, Md. JANELLE GOETSCHEUS, Christ House, Washington, D.C. HELEN HALLINAN, United Hospital Fund of New York, New York City THOMAS H~cKEY, Health Care for the Homeless Program, Milwaukee wis. 223

224 APPENDIX E Ro~ERT KRAUSE, U.S. Veterans Administration, Lexington, Ky. IRENE SHIFREN LEVINE, National Institute of Mental Health, Rockville, Md. ADA L~NDsAY, University of California at Los Angeles JOHN Loz~ER, Health Care for the Homeless Program, Nashville, Tenn. BARBARA LUBRAN, National Institute of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse, Rockville, Md. MAX M~cHAE~, Health Care for the Homeless Program, Birmingham, Ala. SUSAN NE~sAcHER, United Hospital Fund, New York City ANN PARKER, Horizon Center, Lexington, Ky. ROBERT PR~NT~cE, Health Care for the Homeless Program, San Francisco, Calif. THOMAS PRZYBECK, Washington University KEITH RADc~FFE, Health Care for the Homeless Program, Boston, Mass. LEE RosINs, Washington University JEAN SuMMERF~E~D, Health Care for the Homeless Program, Chicago, Ill. HAROLD TATTEN, University of California at Los Angeles C~EoN~cE TAvAN~, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Rockville, Md. ROBERT WAEKINGTON, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Rockville, Md. JUDY WEILEPP, Health Care for the Homeless Coalition, St. Louis, Mo. MARILYN Weds, Truman Medical Center, Kansas City, Mo. STEVEN WOBIDO, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-Pew Memorial Trust Health Care for the Homeless Program, New York City JAMES D. WRIGHT, Social and Demographic Research Institute, Amherst, Mass.

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There have always been homeless people in the United States, but their plight has only recently stirred widespread public reaction and concern. Part of this new recognition stems from the problem's prevalence: the number of homeless individuals, while hard to pin down exactly, is rising. In light of this, Congress asked the Institute of Medicine to find out whether existing health care programs were ignoring the homeless or delivering care to them inefficiently. This book is the report prepared by a committee of experts who examined these problems through visits to city slums and impoverished rural areas, and through an analysis of papers written by leading scholars in the field.

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