Part Seven: Prevention in Peril: The Challenge to Keep People Housed

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The problem of homelessness on Cape Cod has improved during the past two decades, largely because of homelessness prevention programs that seemed to work by helping families stay in their homes and avoid the trauma of moving to a shelter. But with the state and federal aid recently cut for those programs, the Cape’s homeless advocates are fighting to reinstate their prevention dollars and keep the region from losing ground on what progress it's made.

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