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Examining social housing provision in the context of current and historical practice, the contributors argue that the homeless, particularly those with mental health problems, run the very real risk of being socially excluded; and present arguments for how policy should develop. They consider such issues as: What is the role of government? How far should the state intervene? What can the private sector contribute? How does the law affect the various groups? How can we house the growing number of homeless people with disabilities?