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Authors: National Health Care for the Homeless Council (NHCHC)
Persons who live on the streets or in shelters are at increased risk for dehydration in warmer climates, particularly during summer months. [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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Authors: National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth; National Health Care for the Homeless Council (NHCHC); National Policy and Advocacy Council on Homelessness
This resource discusses a proposed new definition for HUD to adopt to reduce some barriers to services. [Read More]
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Authors: Prioleau, Brian
During 2013, domestic violence programs in Connecticut served 56,000 people. The Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness and the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence are joining forces to more effectively se... [Read More]
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Authors: Frank, David W.
Because the U.S. is unable to prevent widespread sexual violations of incarcerated women, it should apply the prescriptions of a recent U.K. female prison abolitionist movement as the most effective and humane solution t... [Read More]
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Authors: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Online application to be Certified application counselor. [Read More]
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Authors: Bowen, Lisa
Black boys as young as 10 may not be viewed in the same light of childhood innocence as their white peers, but are instead more likely to be mistaken as older, be perceived as guilty and face police violence if accused o... [Read More]
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Authors: Noble, Amanda
This report highlights many innovative and high quality initiatives across Canada and internationally that are working to improve the lives of families and children so that they may live free from poverty and homelessnes... [Read More]
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Authors: Evans, Wendy Grace
Mollie Lowery, Program Director of Housing Works in Los Angeles, understands that at the core of outreach to human beings who are experiencing homelessness is patience; there is a slow process of trust building that may ... [Read More]
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This manual and video provide a comprehensive overview and training in the Critical Time Intervention (CTI) model. CTI is a transitional model based on the premise that a well-timed intervention can influence the evolu... [Read More]
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Authors: Greene, Neil
The practice of Motivational Interviewing (MI) grew out of alcohol and addictions services. A wealth of research and resources exist on its many applications. This article describes a small selection of the literature in... [Read More]
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Peer support is an increasing... [Read More]

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Authors: Lilly, Kevin
Homeless and Housing Resource Network contributing writer Kevin Lilly addresses the unique challenges faced by of young people who experience homelessness, and includes must-see video clips for providers serving homeless... [Read More]
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Authors: Gates, Gary J.
This research brief analyzes data from three national population-based surveys that include measures of LGBT identity or being part of a same-sex couple along with measures of food insecurity or participation in SNAP. B... [Read More]
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Authors: Arnold, Althea; Crowley, Sheila; Bravve, Elina; Brundage, Sarah; Biddlecombe, Christine
On the 25th anniversary of Out of Reach, the report continues to demonstrate that large numbers of low income renters cannot find decent, affordable housing (Authors) [Read More]
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Authors: Prioleau, Brian
The Mental Health Association Oklahoma has three goals with respect to housing: to provide access to housing to families and individuals with disabilities experiencing homelessness; to prevent additional homelessness amo... [Read More]
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Authors: Morris, Monique W.
This report examines how the "school-to-prison pipeline" metaphor often fails to consider the unique position of Black girls in the push to reform school discipline policies (Author). [Read More]
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Authors: New York Civil Liberties Union
This report reviews the policies and practices that produced these results and provides recommendations to help end the school-to-prison pipeline (STPP) in New York City, and for the first time, links school suspension t... [Read More]
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Authors: Kuehn, B.M.
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Authors: Zobel, Sarah
Although it’s not well covered in the literature, on the streets and in clinics, caregivers are seeing a substantial amount of self-management of pain with opioids. [Read More]
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