ATLESH

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Description: Advancing the Transitional Living Experience at SafeHouse (ATLESH) is a rudimentary qualitative study of a ministry serving the homeless and recently incarcerated in Columbus, Georgia. The purpose is to provide leadership with actionable insight based on client perception of services. It attempts to use principles from grounded theory in combination with qualitative software (i.e., ATLAS.ti 8) to improve the client experience. Which services are most effective, desired, and under-utilized?

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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Document interpretative process. Track thoughts, feelings, hunches, doubts, decisions, and questions. Reflexive Journal Final Report to Organization Critique of Study

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