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Learn how the rise in misuse and abuse of prescription drugs, the fastest-growing drug problem in the United States, impacts teens' mental and physical health.
Yale University's Jack Tsai, Ph.D., examines the Housing First model and ways to help people with substance use disorders access housing.
The Boston Health Care for Homeless Program created an innovative program to prevent overdose deaths.
Learn how the Community Action Partnership is helping to create efficiencies in service delivery for public service agencies in Washington State.
The lead author of the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth study discusses the advantages of extending foster care.
Learn how to manage the holiday season’s challenges, including triggers of trauma for homeless service providers and the people they serve.
Learn how a collaborative “boot camp” initiative for veterans experiencing chronic homelessness provided swift housing and behavioral health services.
Learn how cities are providing shelter for people experiencing homelessness during cold months of the year to prevent deaths from hypothermia.
Project Homeless Connect (PHC) in San Francisco uses education, volunteerism, and rallies to promote social inclusion of people experiencing homelessness.
Atlanta’s Learn to Grow received SAMHSA funds to develop a program aimed at reducing or preventing alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among youth.
Learn about shared decision-making and how it helps providers and patients treat substance use disorders.
Boston’s Homeless Court helps people experiencing homelessness address legal issues that might prevent them from obtaining housing and assistance.
Programs across the country use naloxone and preventative measures to save people experiencing homelessness and opioid use disorders.
Learn how the Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness (AZCEH) addresses homelessness among military veterans.
Learn how the National Runaway Safeline provides confidential support to at-risk youth who are experiencing homelessness or contemplating running away.
Point-in-Time (PIT) counts are valuable ways to assess homelessness in rural and frontier communities, which may be less visible than in urban areas.
Pilot projects are showing success in using the Housing First model to secure safe housing for survivors of domestic violence and their children.
Learn about a program in Toronto that provides youth experiencing homelessness a space for therapeutic expression and creativity.
San Antonio’s Mommies Program helps pregnant mothers with substance use disorders and their babies receive recovery services.
Two human services professionals share their perspectives on defining success for people in recovery from trauma and substance use.