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Learn how the Penn Center on Women’s Behavioral Wellness (PCWCW) provides treatment for women with behavioral health issues during pregnancy.
Learn how community organizations provide peer support services to people in recovery and the importance of peer specialists in the behavioral health field.
Project Homeless Connect (PHC) in San Francisco uses education, volunteerism, and rallies to promote social inclusion of people experiencing homelessness.
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.
While disasters are unpredictable, research suggests that many can recover through their own resilience or with mental health supports.
Recovery specialist Gloria Dickerson says integrating recovery services and supports in homeless services helps providers recognize multiple client issues.
The Empowerment Center in Reno, Nevada, provides a recovery-oriented system of care within a sober living facility for adult men and women.
Learn how Rhode Island became the first U.S. state to pass a Homeless Bill of Rights and how its awareness campaign prompted similar efforts in other states.
Learn how the rise in misuse and abuse of prescription drugs, the fastest-growing drug problem in the United States, impacts teens' mental and physical health.
Research suggests deviant beliefs and self-efficacy impact whether or not youths and young adults that experience homelessness misuse drugs.
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.
Learn how some people experiencing homelessness with substance use disorders are self-medicating with illicit drugs.
Learn about shared decision-making and how it helps providers and patients treat substance use disorders.
Learn how the Young People in Recovery (YPR) organization uses social media as a way of unifying the pathways to recovery for youth experiencing homelessness.
Learn how two organizations use social media platforms to share HIV prevention messages.
Learn how to develop a skilled workforce in homeless services using evidence-based practices (EBPs) and training using real-life situations.
Findings from studies of women and families experiencing homelessness support trauma-informed approaches to homeless services.
Learn how Supported Education programs help people with psychiatric disabilities achieve stability and well-being.
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.
A toolkit from the National Center on Family Homelessness supports a framework for domestic violence and homeless service organizations to collaborate.