Evaluating Eligibility Rules
The organization and evaluation of eligibility rules that will be focused on in this paper is the Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance (MDHA). The MDHA provides a variety of services which include area metropolitan shelters and several partner organizations.
The partner organizations that the MDHA works in conjunction with include The City of Dallas, Social Security Administration, Veterans Affairs and Dallas County Health and Human Care, Law and Justice. Area shelters include not only homeless shelters that prepare and feed the homeless, assist with legal issues, addiction recovery services, teenage runaways, but emergency shelters as well. MDHA is considered to be the regional authority on homelessness. It purpose is to make available leadership to enlarge programs and secure funding to guarantee quality, effectual services for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. The vision of MDHA is that all persons reside in appropriate housing and to assist in that vision with compassion, respect, courage and accountability.
There are many different aspects of the MDHA and the services it provides. There are several eligibility rules for this organization. Just two of these rules include prior contributions and
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