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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.
Review recommendations for integrating peer support services into healthcare systems as promoted by the Affordable Care Act.
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.
Virginia agencies work to end chronic homelessness through collaboration and partnerships with government at the local, state, and national levels.
Learn how the T-HARP program made behavioral health treatment accessible for people in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Learn about a New York-based peer-run wellness program, which emphasizes empowerment, social inclusion, and collaboration.
The Louisiana Chronically Homeless Assistance and Treatment Services (LaCHATS) project provides one-stop services for clients in need.
The Skid Row Housing Trust (SRHT) provides permanent housing to people who are experiencing chronic homelessness with mental and/or substance use disorders.
Service provider collaboration, peer support, and a Housing First approach help improve outcomes for people experiencing chronic homelessness in Kentucky.
Learn how a GBHI-SSH grantee in Cincinnati generates positive outcomes for its clients by embracing collaboration and community building.
Peer specialists play a role in treatment models that combine service provision and evidence-based practices to promote recovery.
PATH grantees in West Virginia address unique challenges related to rural homelessness.
Targeted outreach and intensive case management for people experiencing chronic homelessness leads to improvement in housing, mental health, and other outcomes.
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.
Learn how a PATH grantee partners with police, peer specialists, and mental health systems to better serve people experiencing homelessness.
Researchers have created a toolkit to help Native American communities count people experiencing homelessness on tribal lands.