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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News The State of New York and New York City have agreed to almost double the number of rooms available for the chronically mentally ill. Over the next two years, New York will provide housing for 5,225 homeless, mentally ill people. Prior to this agreement, there was a dispute regarding whether the state or the city was responsible for addressing the housing needs of the chronically mentally ill according to a report in the August 27, 1990 issue of . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News The State of New York and New York City have agreed to almost double the number of rooms available for the chronically mentally ill. Over the next two years, New York will provide housing for 5,225 homeless, mentally ill people. Prior to this agreement, there was a dispute regarding whether the state or the city was responsible for addressing the housing needs of the chronically mentally ill according to a report in the August 27, 1990 issue of . . .
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