HRC Feature Articles
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Puntos básicos del programa PATH en español
Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS)
Moving Forward, Together: Integrating Consumers as Colleagues
PATH Housing Series
2010 PATH Grantee Meeting
Screening and Assessment Tools
Every month, HRC publishes a fresh batch of original feature articles. HRC features tell the human stories behind the issues and programs. We interview service providers, consumers, researchers, and policy-makers to learn about their experiences, challenges, and lessons learned.
HRC articles profile best practices, innovative programs, and interviews with leaders in the field. All stories are linked with recommended resources handpicked from the HRC digital library.
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Alexander Steacy from Newton Centre
Justine Hanson from Boston
nancy curci from east sandwich
adrienne beloin from Boston
Sacpros Sacramento from Sacramento
Marc Gordon from Indianapolis
Sandra 541-377-1464 from Pendleton
Pisca Nuron from Mira Loma
Katie Black from Blue Hill
Alvin Anderson from LA
Alexander Hamilton from New York City
Selected HRC Feature Articles Resources
Using Health Reform to Prevent and End Homelessness: An Interview with Richard Frank
Peer-Run Supportive Housing for Families
Report from Barcelona: Fostering Social Inclusion to End Homelessness
Wilson Commencement Park: Housing and Support for Families
Reaching Out: Connecting with Resident Service Coordinators and Landlords
Family Homelessness: Summertime Struggles
A Voice for LGBTQI2-S Youth at The Night Ministry
Q&A with Katy Hanlon: Photovoice and Recovery
A Journey Toward Healing: Marty Fleetwood on Teaching Yoga
A Wellness Program to Help Women in Recovery
The Impact of SAMHSA’s COSIG Funding: Systems Integration in Maine
Co-Occurring Disorders 101: A Common Language for Better Care
Individual Placements in Supported Employment: Promising Results
Reaching Out and Caring for Our Elders: The Hearth Model
Walking Side by Side on the Path Towards Supported Employment