Find articles, videos, webinars, and other resources to support your work with people experiencing homelessness.
The Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI), the oldest and largest youth-serving organization in New York City, provides homeless services to at-risk LGBT youth.
Boston-based policy analyst Donna Haig Friedman warns that family homelessness is on the rise amid an ill-timed drop in housing availability.
The Damien Center plans to rebuild and expand its services to include housing for people with HIV/AIDS who are experiencing homelessness.
Learn about Mental Health America of Texas (MHAT) and its suicide prevention programs that target Hispanics, a fast-growing population in that state.
Greater awareness of the public health impact of addiction and expanded access to care is fueling the growth of the recovery movement.
Learn about Documenting Our Presence: Multicultural Experiences of Mental Illness, a short film about the cross-cultural impact of social exclusion.
The lead author of the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth study discusses the advantages of extending foster care.
San Antonio’s Mommies Program helps pregnant mothers with substance use disorders and their babies receive recovery services.
Learn how the National Runaway Safeline provides confidential support to at-risk youth who are experiencing homelessness or contemplating running away.
Learn how Montana's Tumbleweed Runaway Program leverages local resources to help house youth experiencing homelessness.
Find information on working with youth who are experiencing homelessness and suffering from both mental and substance use disorders.
Congregate care holds potential benefits for teen mothers in foster care, according to a 2014 study on New York City’s Inwood House.
First Step, a three-phase job training program, helps low-income women and those experiencing homelessness in New York City find employment.
Learn how Journey Home in Hartford, Connecticut, helps people in transitional housing prepare for jobs in supply chain logistics and improve their well-being.
The National Family Dialogue connects families of young people with substance use disorders to resources and support.
Learn how the nonprofit group Friends of Boston’s Homeless maintained job-training and other services when faced with unforeseen challenges.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) reports that toxic stress during childhood harms an individual’s long-term health and well-being.
The Peer Advocate Program at the Skid Row Housing Trust helps new residents transition from homelessness into housing.
Yale University's Jack Tsai, Ph.D., examines the Housing First model and ways to help people with substance use disorders access housing.
Boston’s Homeless Court helps people experiencing homelessness address legal issues that might prevent them from obtaining housing and assistance.