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- Toolkit Coordinating Systems of Care to Provide a Comprehensive Behavioral Health Crisis Response to Individuals Experiencing Homelessness
- Toolkit Disaster Planning and Response: A Guide to Preparation for Homelessness Response Programs
- Fact Sheet Fair Housing Protections for People with SMI, SUD, or COD
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This brief suggests strategies to enhance crisis care through multilevel coordination and describes practical approaches that systems of care can deploy to strengthen collaboration.
This guide explores how service providers can better support people who use methamphetamine in the process of transitioning into and maintaining housing.
This issue brief covers identifying service providers’ strengths and resources that will appeal to property management, developing an agency “pitch," identifying existing rental industry networks or initiating a network where none exists, and formalizing the property management-provider partnership.
This paper highlights newly available federal funds that can be utilized for housing and paired with supportive services funding for individuals who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness and who have a serious mental illness, a substance use disorder, or co-occurring disorders. The paper also notes several ways for state and local leaders to promote cross-system partnerships that pair...
The Whole-Person Care for People Experiencing Homelessness and Opioid Use Disorder Toolkit provides a framework for supporting recovery and housing stability. Part I of the toolkit, released in August 2021, provides an introduction to homelessness, opioid use disorder, and evidence-based recovery practices such as trauma-informed care, motivational interviewing, eliminating stigma, and harm...