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A Strategic Approach to Representing the Needs of Homeless People with Serious Mental Illnesses in Managed Care Systems
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The multiple and complex health and social service needs of homeless people who have serious mental illnesses are not easily addressed by traditional health care providers, including those in the public mental health system. As States rely increasingly on managed systems of care to finance and deliver care for public-sector clients, State Contacts for the Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) program can play an important role in representing the interests of this underserved group. (SAMHSA)
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