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In this four-part series, attendees will learn the fundamentals of providing Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) from the lens of working to engage and provide services for people with behavioral health needs who are also experiencing homelessness.Read More
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This guide focuses on understanding the neurobiology of opioid use disorder (OUD) and the treatment and recovery pathways for OUD. The guide covers best practices for referrals and warm handoffs, as well as assistance in meeting basic needs such as income, food, and mainstream benefits.
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.
In this three-part series, attendees will learn innovative ways to center equity and the perspective of those with lived experience to support individuals experiencing homelessness with behavioral health needs in securing and sustaining affordable housing and supportive services that meet their needs and preferences.
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...