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Chu, Alanna K and Kaufman, Pamela and Chaiton, Michael (2019) Prevalence of involuntary environmental cannabis and tobacco smoke exposure in multi-unit housing. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 16 , (18) .

Knerich, Verena and Jones, Andrea A and Seyedin, Sam and Siu, Christopher and Dinh, Louie and Mostafavi, Sara and Barr, Alasdair M and Panenka, William J and Thornton, Allen E and Honer, William G and Rutherford, Alexander R (2019) Social and structural factors associated with substance use within the support network of adults living in precarious housing in a socially marginalized neighborhood of Vancouver, Canada. PLoS ONE , 14 , (9) , e0222611.

Beard, Emma and Brown, Jamie and West, Robert and Kaner, Eileen and Meier, Petra and Boniface, Sadie and Michie, Susan (2019) Associations between socio-economic factors and alcohol consumption: A population survey of adults in England. PLoS ONE , 14 , (2) , e0209442.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2016) Housing first helps reduce drinking but not drug use. Drug and Alcohol Findings Research Analysis , (8 June 2016) .

Keane, Martin (2013) Stakeholder views on housing-led services for homeless people. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 47, Autumn 2013 , pp. 25-26.

Keane, Martin (2013) Government policy on long-term homelessness. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 46, Summer 2013 , p. 19.

Van Hout, Marie Claire and Staniewicz, Teresa (2012) Roma and Irish Traveller housing and health – a public health concern. Critical Public Health , 22 , (2) , pp. 193-207.

Keane, Martin (2011) Housing people who misuse substances. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 37, Spring 2011 , pp. 10-11.

Connolly, Johnny (2010) Legal update 2009. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 33, Spring 2010 , p. 22.

Keane, Martin (2010) Provision of social support for people with drug addictions. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 32, Winter 2009 , p. 18.

News

[Irish Examiner] , Deegan, Gordon Priest to sleep out in addicts’ squat. (23 Dec 2013)

Report

Central Statistics Office. (2012) Survey on income and living conditions (SILC). Thematic report on children 2004-2010. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Brooke, Simon (2011) Housing people who misuse substances: making Housing First work. Dublin: St Dominic’s Housing Association.

Regional Drug Coordination Unit HSE Mid-West. (2010) NDRIC pilots. Regional Drug Coordination Unit HSE Mid-West.

United Kingdom. Home Office. (2009) A guide to improving practice in housing for drug users. London: Home Office.

Juniper Consulting. (2008) Step-down programme, Georges Hill: evaluation report. Dublin: Focus Ireland.

McKeown, Kieran and Haase, Trutz and Pratschke, Jonathan and Lanigan, Cathy and Burke, Shane and Murphy, Niamh and Allen, Lynda (2008) The well-being of parents, children & neighbourhoods: a national study of families in Respond! housing estates. Dublin: Respond Housing Association.

O'Connor, Monica (2006) Housing policy and practice for women experiencing domestic violence. Dublin: Eastern Regional Committee on Violence Against Women.

Combat Poverty Agency. Fahey, Tony and Nolan, Brian and Maitre, Bertrand (2004) Housing, poverty and wealth in Ireland. Dublin: Combat Poverty Agency.

United Kingdom. Home Office, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.. (2004) Providing for the housing needs of Drug Interventions Programme Clients: a briefing for those involved in the provision of throughcare and aftercare services for drugs and housing needs. London: [Stationery Office].

Ireland. Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government. (2003) Housing statistics bulletin. March quarter 2003. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Ward, Jeff and Henderson, Zoe and Pearson, Geoffrey (2003) One problem among many: drug use among care leavers in transition to independent living. London: Home Office. Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.

Ireland. Department of Environment and Local Government. (2002) Annual housing statistics bulletin 2001: incorporating December quarter 2001. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Trinity College Dublin. Children's Research Centre. Halpenny, Ann Marie and Keogh, Anna Fiona and Gilligan, Robbie (2002) A place for children? Children in families living in emergency accommodation: the perspectives of children, parents and professionals. Dublin: Children's Research Centre.

Ireland. Department of Environment and Local Government. (2002) Annual housing statistics bulletin 2001. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Focus Ireland. Houghton, FT and Hickey, Conor (2001) Focussing on B&Bs: the unacceptable growth of emergency B&B placement in Dublin. Dublin: Focus Ireland.

Memery, Clodagh and Kerrins, Liz (2000) Estate management and anti-social behaviour in Dublin: a study of the impact of the Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1997. Dublin: Threshold.

Community Action Programme Ballymun. (2000) The view from Ballymun: policy developments required to reduce drug use in Ballymun. Ballymun: Community Action Programme Ballymun.

de Buis, Ciairin, ed. (2000) Have yiz no homes to go to? NYCI housing policy. Dublin: National Youth Council of Ireland.

Costello, Liza and Howley, Derval (1999) Under Dublin's neon. A report on street drinkers in Dublin city. Dublin: Centrecare.

Cullen, Barry, ed. (1983) Fighting back. Dublin: St. Teresa's Gardens Development Committee.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] 138. Deputy Robert Dowds asked the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government the sheltered housing provisions for recovering drug addicts in Dublin; if any of these services cater to families with children. [29038/11]. (12 Oct 2011)

Book

Fahey, Tony, ed. (1999) Social housing in Ireland. A study of success, failure and lessons learned. Research series No. 28 Dublin: Oak Tree Press .

Power, Anne (1997) Estates on the edge: the social consequences of mass housing in Northern Europe. Basingstoke: MacMillan Press .

Avramov, Dragana (1995) Homelessness in the European Union: social and legal context of housing exclusion in the 1990s. Brussels: Feantsa .

Conference or Workshop Item

McManus, Liz (1997) Speech by Ms. Liz McManus, T. D., Minister for Housing and Urban Renewal at the Dublin Corporation forum "Drugs in Dublin: Working Together We Can Make a Difference". In: Drugs in Dublin: Working Together We Can Make a Difference, 5 February 1997, Dublin Castle.

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