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Authors: National Health Care for the Homeless Council (NHCHC)
How cold is it in your city today? Early January’s “polar vortex” brings historically low temperatures across the U.S.: 7° in Nashville, -10° in Chicago, -7° in Omaha, 3° in Louisville, and -25° ... [Read More]
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Authors: Poirier, Jeffrey
A new guide provides information for educators, human service providers and allies about supporting the health and well-being of children and youth who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex and/o... [Read More]
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There are a wide variety of resources, tools, and other materials available to outreach teams, providers, and first responders serving people who are homeless. Following are links to a few of these resources. [Read More]
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Authors: Fisher, Sylvia K. ; Poirier, Jeffrey M. ; Blau, Gary M.
Despite growing social acceptance, many young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) experience harassment and bullying, family rejection, and social stigmatization—putting them at high risk for dep... [Read More]
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Authors: Technical Assistance Collaborative
The goal of the TAC Resource Center is to expand new and innovative supportive housing approaches and models which link affordable and accessible permanent housing resources with community-based supports and services for... [Read More]
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Authors: Abt Associates Inc.
This ASPE Research Brief explores local programs for linking human services and housing supports to prevent and end family homelessness. The Research Brief is based on interviews with stakeholders in 14 communities nati... [Read More]
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Voices from the Field

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Voices From the Field Blog: Alcohol Management: Reducing seizures, falls, and brain injury among alcohol dependent people

Livia Davis

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Homeless and Housing Resource contributing writer Livia Davis details the work of Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) in Seattle, Washington in implementing Alcohol Management as a harm reduction strategy and the need for research to determine if Alcohol Management results in better health outcomes, improved safety, and less victimization.

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