Find articles, videos, webinars, and other resources to support your work with people experiencing homelessness.
Learn how Journey Home in Hartford, Connecticut, helps people in transitional housing prepare for jobs in supply chain logistics and improve their well-being.
The Robert J. Delonis Center works to prevent overdose deaths in people experiencing homelessness and opioid use disorder in Ann Arbor.
Older adults age 50 and over with substance use disorders need treatment services that are sensitive to age-related or generational issues.
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.
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.
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.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can improve health outcomes for patients with opioid or alcohol use disorders.
SAMHSA's Recovery Month raises awareness that satisfying and purposeful lives are possible for people in recovery from mental and/or substance use disorders.
Michael Stoops of the National Coalition for the Homeless discusses the role of advocacy and how volunteers can support homelessness efforts.
Learn how the nonprofit group Friends of Boston’s Homeless maintained job-training and other services when faced with unforeseen challenges.
Find guides, reports, and more designed to help medical professionals treat opioid use disorders among people experiencing homelessness.
A workgroup that SAMHSA helped start offers resources for clinicians to address the needs of youth who identify as LGBT and are experiencing homelessness.
Contributing Writer Katherine Volk reflects on conversations with staff at a community-based organization about re-imagining the notion of recovery.
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.
Learn how recovery housing is gaining momentum on a national level due to its focus on empowering and supporting people in early recovery from substance use.
Young people experiencing homelessness often struggle with self-esteem, which puts them at risk for substance use, suicide, and other negative outcomes.
Treating children with obesity, which may create lifelong health risks, requires family cooperation and a supportive environment.