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Cooperative Agreements for CMHS/CSAT Collaborative Program to Prevent Homelessness: An Overview
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Although there has been a considerable investment in housing, treatment, and support services over the past decade, homelessness continues to be a risk for individuals with serious mental illnesses and particularly those with co-occurring alcohol and other drug disorders. In 1996, the Center for Mental Health Services and the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment launched a two-phased, three-year initiative to document and evaluate the effectiveness of homelessness prevention interventions that focus on persons with psychiatric and/or substance use disorders who are formerly homeless or at-risk for homelessness, and who are engaged with the mental health and/or substance abuse treatment system(s). This article describes the background, logic model, goals, and structure of the CMHS/CSAT Collaborative Program to Prevent Homelessness. (Authors)
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