continuum

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a continuous nonspatial whole or extent or succession in which no part or portion is distinct or distinguishable from adjacent parts

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The collaboration between Bowman Systems and HUD's Continuums of Care offers a complete package of assistance to individuals in an emergency shelter or displaced in a hotel or private home seeking to get their lives back on track after a disaster of this magnitude.
Volunteers from Northwest Louisiana's Continuum of Care and Bowman Systems helped coordinate the relief efforts and gave the evacuees a way to connect to the benefits.
A Continuum of Care is a local or regional coalition of service providers for helping people who are at imminent risk of homelessness by providing housing and services appropriate to the whole range of homeless needs in a community, from homeless prevention to emergency shelter to permanent housing.
Bell refers to the phenomenon of the fusion of peasant family production with early Chinese industry as "China's new developmental continuum at the turn of the twentieth century" (pp.