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Two human services professionals share their perspectives on defining success for people in recovery from trauma and substance use.
Point-in-Time (PIT) counts of people experiencing homelessness provide crucial data on progress towards federal goals of preventing and ending homelessness.
Learn how some people experiencing homelessness with substance use disorders are self-medicating with illicit drugs.
Learn about the suite of recovery support services that the Zebra Coalition in Orlando, Fla., offers gay and transgender youth experiencing homelessness.
Learn how Texas grantees collaborate through systems of care (SOC) to improve access to services and supports for children with serious emotional disturbance.
The Harm Reduction Coalition (HRC) promotes the rights of people with substance use issues and social inclusion of communities.
Learn how two Connecticut organizations partnered to address the connection between domestic violence and homelessness.
A statewide initiative to define recovery in Georgia led to efforts to engage multiple stakeholders in understanding and supporting recovery services.
Learn how a planned toolkit aims to help homeless service providers prepare, respond, and recover from disasters, and to meet the needs of those impacted.
Learn how two organizations use social media platforms to share HIV prevention messages.
Atlanta’s Learn to Grow received SAMHSA funds to develop a program aimed at reducing or preventing alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among youth.
Learn how the AIDS Action Committee in Massachusetts addresses the connections between poverty, housing, and HIV/AIDS.
Learn how a prevention campaign in Danbury, Connecticut, helped to reduce underage drinking in the community.
Two universities in Texas, both SAMHSA grantees, are working to address the link between substance use and the transmission of HIV with an eye on prevention.
Case managers find that outreach and trust can reduce rates of new HIV/AIDS infections in minority men in Texas and help them accept substance use treatment.
Treating children with obesity, which may create lifelong health risks, requires family cooperation and a supportive environment.
Learn how motivational interviewing can improve outcomes for people with behavioral health conditions who are experiencing homelessness.
Learn how federal health financing laws help people experiencing homelessness with co-occurring medical and behavioral health conditions access treatment.
SAMHSA initiatives designed to promote healthy children and prevent youth violence promote a collaborative approach.
Findings from studies of women and families experiencing homelessness support trauma-informed approaches to homeless services.