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Samaritan House is commencing a nutritional program for homeless men - at the levels of individual case management and group education. It is aimed to increase awareness of problems relating to nutrition and diet, to conduct nutritional screening tools to gauge the extent of nutritional problems and to better motivate clients towards change, and thereby provide clients with opportunities for sustainable and healthy living.