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The Boston Health Care for Homeless Program created an innovative program to prevent overdose deaths.
Programs across the country use naloxone and preventative measures to save people experiencing homelessness and opioid use disorders.
Pathways to Housing Pennsylvania train staff to use naloxone to prevent opioid overdose deaths around Philadelphia.
The Robert J. Delonis Center works to prevent overdose deaths in people experiencing homelessness and opioid use disorder in Ann Arbor.
Find guides, reports, and more designed to help medical professionals treat opioid use disorders among people experiencing homelessness.
Find toolkits, manuals, and more designed to help homeless and housing service providers understand, obtain, and use naloxone to prevent opioid overdose deaths.
Boston’s Homeless Court helps people experiencing homelessness address legal issues that might prevent them from obtaining housing and assistance.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can improve health outcomes for patients with opioid or alcohol use disorders.
The Peer Advocate Program at the Skid Row Housing Trust helps new residents transition from homelessness into housing.
An overdose response plan in Seattle, Washington, helps provide lifesaving care to vulnerable adults with an opioid dependency.
Yale University's Jack Tsai, Ph.D., examines the Housing First model and ways to help people with substance use disorders access housing.
Men’s Shelter of Charlotte, North Carolina, formalizes its diversion initiative to eliminate stays in shelters.
Older adults age 50 and over with substance use disorders need treatment services that are sensitive to age-related or generational issues.
Contributing Writer Katherine Volk reflects on conversations with staff at a community-based organization about re-imagining the notion of recovery.
Learn how the National Runaway Safeline provides confidential support to at-risk youth who are experiencing homelessness or contemplating running away.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) reports that toxic stress during childhood harms an individual’s long-term health and well-being.
The 100,000 Homes Campaign has provided housing and shelter for more than 100,000 individuals and families experiencing homelessness nationwide.
With providers on all main islands, the Hawai’i Community Foundation's (HCF) HousingASAP program helps families experiencing homelessness find permanent housing.
Learn how the Sidney Borum Jr. Health Center's integrated care model helps Boston-area LGBT youth experiencing homelessness build hope and trust.
Learn how the nonprofit group Friends of Boston’s Homeless maintained job-training and other services when faced with unforeseen challenges.