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2010 PATH Grantee Meeting
This topic page contains resources from the 2010 PATH Grantee Meeting, held on December 8 - 10, 2010 in Washington D.C.
The theme of the 2010 grantee meeting was Creating Effective PATH Programs in the Era of Health Care Reform. The theme represents SAMHSA’s focus on how health care reform will shape the future of behavioral health care. The 2010 meeting also highlights SAMHSA's efforts to continue to move closer toward collecting and reporting PATH data into local Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS). HMIS will be an important tool by which we tell the PATH story of progress and program effectiveness in a consistent and unified way. Finally, the theme captures SAMHSA’s mission to reduce the impact of substance use and mental illness on America’s communities, and it focuses our attention on meeting the Nation’s challenge to prevent and end chronic homelessness in 5 years.
During this meeting, participants learned about SAMHSA’s eight new ...
Strategic Initiatives and a variety of approaches designed to help grantees foster effective PATH programs, improve services, and enhance the quality of lives for the people we serve. Participants also had opportunities to interact with the many people who make up the PATH community, including State PATH Contacts, providers, SAMHSA staff, and other Federal partners.In addition, the entire PATH community of nearly 600 PATH provider organizations and sub-grantees from around the country were invited to watch keynote speakers and special sessions using live video web streaming capabilities. This medium provided an opportunity for PATH to expand its reach and create broader learning communities to address the needs of individuals enrolled in PATH.
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Miles Holmes from London
Selected 2010 PATH Grantee Meeting Resources
2010 PATH Grantee Meeting Videos: YouTube Page
HMIS 101: Introduction to HMIS
HMIS 201: Intermediate HMIS
HMIS 301: Advanced HMIS
Health Care Reform: Impact on Providers
Exemplary PATH Practice: New York, Colorado and Vermont
Effective PATH Teams
Effective PATH Program: Draft Criteria and Proposed Outcomes
2010 PATH Grantee Meeting Videos: Welcome and Introduction to the 2010 PATH Grantee Meeting with John O'Brien Keynote
2010 PATH Grantee Meeting Videos: SAMHSA's Recovery Support Strategic Initiative, CODI, & PATH and HMIS
2010 PATH Grantee Meeting Videos: Keynote Address by John O'Brien: National Panel Response to Keynote Address
2010 PATH Grantee Meeting Videos: Keynote Address by Barbara Poppe, U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness
2010 PATH Grantee Meeting Videos: 2010 PATH Exemplary Practice Awards and Program Awardees
Monitoring of PATH Providers
PATH Administration at the State Level
PATH and HUD Data Standards
PATH Request for Application (RFA): Strategies for Success
PATH Request for Application (RFA): The Basics
PATH to Permanent Supportive Housing
The National Evaluation of the PATH Program
The Ties That Bind: Developing and Maintaining Lasting Partnerships
Trending PATH Data
Working with the HUD Continuum of Care
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