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The Life Course Indicator initiative helps states assess the effects of external factors on children's health throughout the lifespan.
Learn about mental health awareness initiatives past and present and their impact on our interactions with people experiencing homelessness.
Mental Health First Aid offers training to help people recognize the signs of mental distress or if someone is in crisis.
Learn how Silver Lining Mentoring provides whole-person supportive services to prevent homelessness among foster care youth transitioning into adulthood.
Reintegrating into civilian life can be both joyous and challenging for veterans and their families, so a New York City clinic helps with the transition.
Learn how Montana's Tumbleweed Runaway Program leverages local resources to help house youth experiencing homelessness.
Learn what Augusta Cox learned in her recovery from schizophrenia and how she uses those lessons to help others with mental illness and their families.
The National Family Dialogue connects families of young people with substance use disorders to resources and support.
Learn about the Toiyabe Indian Health Project and its efforts to expand behavioral health services to Native youth and other Native populations in California.
Greater awareness of the public health impact of addiction and expanded access to care is fueling the growth of the recovery movement.
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.
San Antonio’s Mommies Program helps pregnant mothers with substance use disorders and their babies receive recovery services.
Second Wind Cottages provides small, single-occupancy homes and intensive case management to men in Newfield, New York.
Learn about Documenting Our Presence: Multicultural Experiences of Mental Illness, a short film about the cross-cultural impact of social exclusion.
Arizona's Center of Hope provides transitional and permanent supportive housing as well as behavioral health treatment for new and expectant mothers.
Congregate care holds potential benefits for teen mothers in foster care, according to a 2014 study on New York City’s Inwood House.
Learn about Mental Health America of Texas (MHAT) and its suicide prevention programs that target Hispanics, a fast-growing population in that state.
The head of Nashville, Tennessee's Metropolitan Homelessness Commission discusses the behavioral health and trauma concerns of men experiencing homelessness.
PATH grantees in West Virginia address unique challenges related to rural homelessness.