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The National Family Dialogue connects families of young people with substance use disorders to resources and support.
Learn how Journey Home in Hartford, Connecticut, helps people in transitional housing prepare for jobs in supply chain logistics and improve their well-being.
Learn how the nonprofit group Friends of Boston’s Homeless maintained job-training and other services when faced with unforeseen challenges.
Learn about mental health awareness initiatives past and present and their impact on our interactions with people experiencing homelessness.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) reports that toxic stress during childhood harms an individual’s long-term health and well-being.
The Jericho Project’s Workforce Opportunities program helps people in New York City’s supportive housing programs secure jobs that pay above minimum wage.
A preliminary study of yoga's effects on veterans with post-traumatic stress (PTSD) suggests that yoga may reduce PTSD symptoms and support recovery.
The Louisiana Chronically Homeless Assistance and Treatment Services (LaCHATS) project provides one-stop services for clients in need.
Second Wind Cottages provides small, single-occupancy homes and intensive case management to men in Newfield, New York.
Author and child homelessness expert Ellen Bassuk discusses the expanding crisis of family and child homelessness and the need for greater efforts.
Los Angeles, California, shelter responds to increase in single fathers experiencing homelessness with children ages 18 and under.
Learn how a 2012 report on mental health disparities faced by black Californians leveraged efforts to revise the state’s mental health delivery system.
Men’s Shelter of Charlotte, North Carolina, formalizes its diversion initiative to eliminate stays in shelters.
The Portland-based Returning Veterans Project promotes suicide prevention training among clinicians to help lower the high suicide rate among Oregon veterans.
Reintegrating into civilian life can be both joyous and challenging for veterans and their families, so a New York City clinic helps with the transition.
PATH grantees in West Virginia address unique challenges related to rural homelessness.
Pilot projects are showing success in using the Housing First model to secure safe housing for survivors of domestic violence and their children.
The Guadalupe Homeless Project services a growing population of women over age 50 who are experiencing homelessness.
The 100,000 Homes Campaign has provided housing and shelter for more than 100,000 individuals and families experiencing homelessness nationwide.
The Life Course Indicator initiative helps states assess the effects of external factors on children's health throughout the lifespan.