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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
Mental Health problems provide one of the most difficult roadblocks for homeless individuals to overcome.
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Jay Levy from Amherst
Sacpros Sacramento from Sacramento
Mary Gauvin from Fort Drum
Dan Lawrence from Lakewood
Derek Murphy from St. Johnsbury
Marc Gordon from Indianapolis
Danielle Thrasher from Palmer
Alyson Ainscough from Salt Lake City
Wade Colson from Kansas City
Katie Black from Blue Hill
Selected Mental Health Resources
Addressing Co-Occurring Disorders in Non-Traditional Service Settings: Overview Paper 4
An Examination of Fulfilled Housing Preferences and Quality of Life Among Homeless Persons With Mental Illness And/or Substance Use Disorders
Community Model for Homeless People With Mental Illness
Definitions and Terms Relating to Co-Occurring Disorders - Overview Paper 1
Effectiveness of Integrated Services for Homeless Adults with Serious Mental Illness
Emotional Distress and Mental Health Service Use Among Urban Homeless Adolescents
Expanding Service Delivery: Does it Improve Relationships Among Agencies Serving Homeless People with Mental Illness?
Housing First Services for People Who Are Homeless With Co-Occurring Serious Mental Illness and Substance Abuse
In Their Own Words: Trauma and Substance Abuse in the Lives of Formerly Homeless Women with Serious Mental Illness
Innovation and Implementation in Mental Health Services for Homeless Adults: a Case Study
Mental Health Training in Emergency Homeless Shelters
Needs for Mental Health Care and Service Provision for Single Homeless People
Outcomes and Service Use Among Homeless Persons with Serious Mental Illness and Substance Abuse
Outcomes of Homeless Adults with Mental Illness in a Housing Program and in Case Management Only
Outcomes of Shelter Use Among Homeless Persons With Serious Mental Illness.