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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 guide is designed to help supervisors identify approaches for the prevention and intervention of secondary traumatic stress, compassion fatigue, and burnout among staff; enhance staff resiliency; support and celebrate health and well-being; and explore policies, procedures, and activities to promote organizational wellness and well-being.
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 paper highlights how behavioral health and homeless service systems can familiarize themselves with federal funding resources to improve access to the full array of housing-related services and supports (HRSS).
Article Self-Care Assessment Tool
Use this tool to rate how you practice self-care activities and explore how you can incorporate more wellness into your life.
Article Learning Community: Trauma-Informed Outreach and Engagement
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.