Residents in D.C. neighborhood voice concerns over group homes

06/15/2010 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Residents in one Washington, D.C., neighborhood are concerned about a disproportionate number of group homes for people with developmental disabilities in their area. The city has struggled to integrate people with special needs since the closure nearly 20 years ago of a large residential facility and the subsequent push toward deinstitutionalization.

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