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Learn how Silver Lining Mentoring provides whole-person supportive services to prevent homelessness among foster care youth transitioning into adulthood.
Learn how the Mental Health Association of Oklahoma (MHAO) works with local communities to create affordable housing and employment opportunities.
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.
School on Wheels of Massachusetts provides mobile education support for youth experiencing homelessness.
Learn how Montana's Tumbleweed Runaway Program leverages local resources to help house youth experiencing homelessness.
Contributing writer Gloria Dickerson interviews SAMHSA's Steven Samra on motivational interviewing and applying those techniques in recovery support.
The Robert J. Delonis Center works to prevent overdose deaths in people experiencing homelessness and opioid use disorder in Ann Arbor.
Pathways to Housing Pennsylvania train staff to use naloxone to prevent opioid overdose deaths around Philadelphia.
Learn what Augusta Cox learned in her recovery from schizophrenia and how she uses those lessons to help others with mental illness and their families.
Learn how the National Research Agenda on Homelessness aims to update homelessness data and assess the impact of health financing reforms on services.
Learn about the Toiyabe Indian Health Project and its efforts to expand behavioral health services to Native youth and other Native populations in California.
The National Family Dialogue connects families of young people with substance use disorders to resources and support.
The Louisiana Chronically Homeless Assistance and Treatment Services (LaCHATS) project provides one-stop services for clients in need.
The Central City Concern's Recuperative Care has provided recovery support and permanent housing for more than 1,000 patients since its inception in 2005.
Family & Community Services (FCS) of Ohio helps veterans and others experiencing homelessness in rural areas gain access to services and jobs.
Learn how a San Diego provider improved client outcomes by partnering with police on a program that replaced jail time for alcohol misuse with treatment.
Learn how a PATH grantee partners with police, peer specialists, and mental health systems to better serve people experiencing homelessness.
PATH grantees in West Virginia address unique challenges related to rural homelessness.
Learn how the Penn Center on Women’s Behavioral Wellness (PCWCW) provides treatment for women with behavioral health issues during pregnancy.
The Peer Advocate Program at the Skid Row Housing Trust helps new residents transition from homelessness into housing.