The cooperation of localities to address homelessness has produced benefits to citizens and to the governments themselves in the following ways:
 
  • The risk to each city of moving too far on its own and being seen as an attraction for homelessness is reduced; rather, the risk and the benefits are shared regionally.
  • Funding and resources are leveraged.
  • Major housing projects, that none of the localities would likely have been able to afford on its own, have been developed or are in the process.
  • Ideas and strategies for addressing regional homelessness are communicated and shared between the localities.
  • Benefits of Regional Cooperation

     
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