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Integrating Primary and Behavioral Health Care for Homeless People
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Higher incidence, prevalence, and acuity of medical and behavioral problems among people who are homeless warrant the availability of comprehensive medical and behavioral health services. Limited access to mental health specialists, stigma associated with mental illness, and negative health outcomes related to undiagnosed or untreated behavioral disorders make it incumbent on primary care providers to address their patients’ mental health needs. The following articles explore a variety of approaches used by Health Care for the Homeless providers to integrate primary and behavioral health care. (Healing Hands)
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2006
Healing Hands
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Nashville, TN
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