Find articles, videos, webinars, and other resources to support your work with 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.
Congregate care holds potential benefits for teen mothers in foster care, according to a 2014 study on New York City’s Inwood House.
The Sustainable Food Center in Austin, Texas, works with food producers to combat food insecurity and help everyone access healthy, organic produce.
Mental Health First Aid offers training to help people recognize the signs of mental distress or if someone is in crisis.
Learn how the National Research Agenda on Homelessness aims to update homelessness data and assess the impact of health financing reforms on services.
Recovery specialist Gloria Dickerson says integrating recovery services and supports in homeless services helps providers recognize multiple client issues.
Mark Allison of the National Low Income Housing Coalition explains sequestration and how it impacts homeless service and housing providers.
Learn about the impact of homelessness on children and the shelter programs that support childhood development.
Learn how two organizations use social media platforms to share HIV prevention messages.
An overdose response plan in Seattle, Washington, helps provide lifesaving care to vulnerable adults with an opioid dependency.
Learn tips for providers to support people experiencing homelessness who are especially vulnerable during emergencies and disasters.
Medical and behavioral health services for people experiencing homelessness, such as psychological first aid, should factor into disaster preparation planning.
First Step, a three-phase job training program, helps low-income women and those experiencing homelessness in New York City find employment.
The Community Mental Health Act of 1963 set up community mental health facilities across the United States and continues to impact mental health policy.
Arizona's Center of Hope provides transitional and permanent supportive housing as well as behavioral health treatment for new and expectant mothers.
The documentary film Give Me A Shot of Anything provides a first-hand account of homelessness to raise awareness about poverty, homelessness, and health care.
Seattle's DESC uses alcohol management as a harm reduction strategy and to assess its impact on better health outcomes, improved safety, and less victimization.
Learn how the New Reach network in Connecticut provides housing to single mothers and their children who are experiencing homelessness.
Learn how developing problem-solving skills, self-regulation, and relationships with caring adults can help promote childhood resilience.
Learn how the AIDS Action Committee in Massachusetts addresses the connections between poverty, housing, and HIV/AIDS.