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Work Works and Building Healthier Communities

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Work Works and Building Healthier Communities

The Doe Fund January 3, 2022
Urban PolicyHousingCrime
Health PolicyMental Illness

Anyone who studies social policy or works in the social services, will, at some point, be struck by the following thought: all these problems are hopelessly interconnected.

Unemployment; re-entry; mental health; substance abuse; injustice; poverty; crime; lack of education; homelessness.

None of these can be fully separated from any of the others. How do we deal with crime if we don’t first reform the schools? How do we reform the schools if we don’t end poverty first?

Continue reading the entire piece here at The Doe Fund

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Stephen Eide is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and contributing editor of City Journal.

Photo by MattGush/iStock

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