SRO

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SRO

abbr.
1. single room occupancy
2. standing room only

SRO

abbreviation for
1. standing room only
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Brit Statutory Rules and Orders
3. (Commerce) self-regulatory organization

SRO

1. single-room occupancy.
2. standing room only.
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The building will have 40 single-room occupancy (SROs ) and six small studio units in a five-story elevator structure.
Outposts of the Forgotten: Socially Terminal People in Slum Hotels and Single-Room Occupancy Tenements (reprint, 1978)
Home for Katherine Rodgers is a small room with cream-colored walls in a single-room occupancy hotel in Chicago's Uptown neighborhood on the North Side.
in Gardner is home to 12 transitional veteran single-room occupancy units and seven low-income housing units, a food pantry, a drop-in center, and administrative offices with a dedicated staff on hand for veteran-related inquiries during business hours.
The 10-story building is a former single-room occupancy hotel that will be converted into an Ace Hotel, and possibly luxury residential condominiums as well.
Thanks to an obscure city housing law for single-room occupancy hotels, one Upper West Side woman who checked in for a 10-day stay at the Imperial Court Hotel in 2009 is now enjoying the rights of a permanent, rent-stabilized resident and paying just $398 a month for her 200-square-foot room at 307 West 79th Street.
For the past 6 years I have worked for a social service agency that provides on-site services to mentally ill tenants in permanent single-room occupancy housing.
In homeless shelters, drop-in centers, single-room occupancy hotels, drug-user groups, and sex-worker organizations, you hear about people dying all the time.
While it's certainly been the season for hotel/motel movies--see "Bug," "Vacancy" and "Sympathy"--helmer Mikael ("Derailed") Hafstrom's take on single-room occupancy is the most cinematically ambitious.
1) Among a sample of HIV-infected homeless individuals living in single-room occupancy hotels in New York City, 40% said that someone in the health care system had discriminated against them in at least one of three ways: by exhibiting hostility or lack of respect, by paying less attention to them than to other clients or by refusing them service.
The area has the city's largest concentration of single-room occupancy hotels and public or nonprofit services for the mentally ill and homeless.
HASA began reform of its emergency housing program, institutionalizing quarterly inspections, establishing a quality improvement protocol for providers who don't meet the standards, entering into agreements with its commercial single-room occupancy hotels (SROs), calling for these vendors to provide same-day critical incident reporting and for the presence of service providers in the facilities, and increasingly shifting its reliance for emergency housing from commercial SROs to community-based organization-operated transitional congregate housing that has services for clients in-house.

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