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The Jericho Project’s Workforce Opportunities program helps people in New York City’s supportive housing programs secure jobs that pay above minimum wage.
The Portland-based Returning Veterans Project promotes suicide prevention training among clinicians to help lower the high suicide rate among Oregon veterans.
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.
Research suggests deviant beliefs and self-efficacy impact whether or not youths and young adults that experience homelessness misuse drugs.
The Back On My Feet program uses running to help people experiencing homelessness see that recovery and positive change is possible through perseverance.
Learn how the T-HARP program made behavioral health treatment accessible for people in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Learn how the Affordable Care Act helps support women in recovery in Santa Cruz, CA.
An overdose response plan in Seattle, Washington, helps provide lifesaving care to vulnerable adults with an opioid dependency.
Young people experiencing homelessness often struggle with self-esteem, which puts them at risk for substance use, suicide, and other negative outcomes.
Mark Allison of the National Low Income Housing Coalition explains sequestration and how it impacts homeless service and housing providers.
Learn about shared decision-making and how it helps providers and patients treat substance use disorders.
Men’s Shelter of Charlotte, North Carolina, formalizes its diversion initiative to eliminate stays in shelters.
Learn about Documenting Our Presence: Multicultural Experiences of Mental Illness, a short film about the cross-cultural impact of social exclusion.
Los Angeles, California, shelter responds to increase in single fathers experiencing homelessness with children ages 18 and under.
The Skid Row Housing Trust (SRHT) provides permanent housing to people who are experiencing chronic homelessness with mental and/or substance use disorders.
Social exclusion of people experiencing homelessness can occur in hospital emergency rooms and delay access to health care.
Learn how the Young People in Recovery (YPR) organization uses social media as a way of unifying the pathways to recovery for youth experiencing homelessness.
A Michigan program encouraged people who have or are experiencing homelessness tell their stories, a process that led many to gain skills needed for recovery.
Learn how a pioneer of street medicine works to heal homeless communities while encouraging others to join him in his mission.
Findings from studies of women and families experiencing homelessness support trauma-informed approaches to homeless services.