Find articles, videos, webinars, and other resources to support your work with people experiencing homelessness.
Learn how Rhode Island became the first U.S. state to pass a Homeless Bill of Rights and how its awareness campaign prompted similar efforts in other states.
Learn how some people experiencing homelessness with substance use disorders are self-medicating with illicit drugs.
Learn how motivational interviewing can improve outcomes for people with behavioral health conditions who are experiencing homelessness.
Learn about the suite of recovery support services that the Zebra Coalition in Orlando, Fla., offers gay and transgender youth experiencing homelessness.
Learn about Breaking Ground, one of the largest supportive housing providers to provide permanent housing for people experiencing chronic homelessness.
The Robert J. Delonis Center works to prevent overdose deaths in people experiencing homelessness and opioid use disorder in Ann Arbor.
Learn how Vermont uses a statewide peer-to-peer recovery structure to help communities address substance use issues and promote prevention and awareness.
Find information on working with youth who are experiencing homelessness and suffering from both mental and substance use disorders.
Mobile Loaves & Fishes in Austin, Texas, tackles both poverty and housing by providing entrepreneurship opportunities for people experiencing homelessness.
The Life Course Indicator initiative helps states assess the effects of external factors on children's health throughout the lifespan.
Social exclusion of people experiencing homelessness can occur in hospital emergency rooms and delay access to health care.
Learn how Supported Education programs help people with psychiatric disabilities achieve stability and well-being.
The Harm Reduction Coalition (HRC) promotes the rights of people with substance use issues and social inclusion of communities.
Learn how a planned toolkit aims to help homeless service providers prepare, respond, and recover from disasters, and to meet the needs of those impacted.
SAMHSA initiatives designed to promote healthy children and prevent youth violence promote a collaborative approach.
SAMHSA's Recovery Month raises awareness that satisfying and purposeful lives are possible for people in recovery from mental and/or substance use disorders.
Learn how two Connecticut organizations partnered to address the connection between domestic violence and homelessness.
With providers on all main islands, the Hawai’i Community Foundation's (HCF) HousingASAP program helps families experiencing homelessness find permanent housing.
Find guides, reports, and more designed to help medical professionals treat opioid use disorders among people experiencing homelessness.
Learn how community organizations provide peer support services to people in recovery and the importance of peer specialists in the behavioral health field.