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Brooke, Simon (2005) Work worth doing: a review of staffing in homeless services. Dublin: Brunswick Press.

This survey was carried out on behalf of the South Western Area health Board and the Department of Health and Children. Over 100 service providers responded to this survey to give a clear picture of services available to homeless people in Ireland in 2005. The results of the ten-page questionnaire give a picture of current emergency accommodation, permanent supported housing, womens' refuges and day centres. The survey also looks at staffing and administration of services inlcuding detailed description of staffing levels, training, qualifications and wages.


Item Type
Report
Date
2005
Call No
MK10.6, MQ8.10
Pages
144 p.
Publisher
Brunswick Press
Place of Publication
Dublin
Keywords
day shelter, dry shelter, education and training, employee training, homeless, homeless shelter, homeless shelter, homelessness, housing, Ireland, outreach to the homeless, salary and wages, transitional housing, wet shelter, woman
Notes
Includes appendices and references.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 3342 (Available)

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