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SIROW in AZ Daily Star

SIROW research in the area of homelessness is mentioned in an AZ Daily Star article featuring its collaboration with Sister José Women’s Center (SJWC) to develop the CREATE program, an innovative program supporting women’s pathways out of homelessness. CREATE is funded by a private donor and a 2-year Agnese Nelms Haury seed grant awarded to partners SIROW (Rosi Andrade) and SJWC (Jean Fedigan and Penny Buckley). SIROW researcher Claudia Powell’s work with the Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness is also cited.                 

 

https://thisistucson.com/tucsonlife/new-shelter-program-helping-homeless-women-reclaim-their-personal-identities/article_d5f7aa12-a4c8-11e8-a757-d743431b69bb.html

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New shelter program helping homeless women reclaim their personal identities

thisistucson.com

Sister Jose Women's Center program offers responsibility and respect to help homeless women move forward.

 

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