A culture of care: How Lotus House Women's Shelter heals program participants through genuineness, space, high expectations, dignity, individualized attention, and community Article

Eaton, Asia A, Stephens, Dionne P, Ruvalcaba, Yanet et al. (2021). A culture of care: How Lotus House Women's Shelter heals program participants through genuineness, space, high expectations, dignity, individualized attention, and community . 50(4), 1793-1815. 10.1002/jcop.22579

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keywords

  • EXPERIENCES
  • GENDER
  • HOMELESS WOMEN
  • Life Sciences & Biomedicine
  • MEN
  • MODERATING ROLE
  • ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE
  • Psychology
  • Psychology, Multidisciplinary
  • Public, Environmental & Occupational Health
  • QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
  • SERVICES
  • STRATEGIES
  • SURVIVAL SEX
  • Science & Technology
  • Social Sciences
  • Social Work
  • ethics of care
  • gender
  • homeless persons
  • homelessness
  • organizational culture
  • s shelters
  • women&apos

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 1793

end page

  • 1815

volume

  • 50

issue

  • 4