Feeling Home: Culturally Responsive Approaches to Aboriginal Homelessness

The Social Planning and Research Council of BC has released a report on serving aboriginal homeless persons in a culturally sensitive way. From the Executive Summary:
Previous research has shown that despite over-representation in the homeless population in general, Aboriginal peoples are less likely to utilize homeless shelter supports than their non-Aboriginal counterparts. This project turns critical attention
to how conventional services have failed Aboriginal peoples and what can be done by service providers to make certain their supports are not a further barrier to healing.

"Feeling Home: Culturally Responsive Approaches to Aboriginal Homelessness"