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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.
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.
Learn how psychiatric rehabilitation fosters personal growth for people in recovery despite struggles with mental illness and social exclusion.
The National Family Dialogue connects families of young people with substance use disorders to resources and support.
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.
Review recommendations for integrating peer support services into healthcare systems as promoted by the Affordable Care Act.
Learn how the AIDS Action Committee in Massachusetts addresses the connections between poverty, housing, and HIV/AIDS.
Learn how The Landlord Liaison Project (LLP) connects landlords with people experiencing homelessness to keep affordable and private housing markets healthy.
Research suggests deviant beliefs and self-efficacy impact whether or not youths and young adults that experience homelessness misuse drugs.
Learn how Journey Home in Hartford, Connecticut, helps people in transitional housing prepare for jobs in supply chain logistics and improve their well-being.
Older adults age 50 and over with substance use disorders need treatment services that are sensitive to age-related or generational issues.
Compassion for people experiencing homelessness who have suffered trauma is at the center of one continuum of care provider in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Boston Public Schools Homeless Education Resource Network (HERN) helps ensure a stable education for children in families experiencing homelessness.
Peer support is a key element of Palladia's Steps to Safety program for its homeless clients grappling with trauma and substance use.
Significant numbers of men are developing eating disorders based on unrealistic body images, and the health results are life-threatening.