Skip Navigation
Login or register
Add Comment
Subscribe
Share This
Print
No Recommendations Yet Click here to recommend.
From the Street to Stability describes the Relational Outreach and Engagement Model (ROEM) which informs the Mental Health Chaplaincy’s work with isolated, difficult to reach homeless, mentally ill individuals. Key issues faced by the person who is homeless and the outreach worker, and the core assumptions of a relational outreach and engagement framework are discussed. The movement from the street to stability is presented in terms of four phases: approach, companionship, partnerships and mutuality. The basic practices of care in each phase are presented with brief case illustrations and comment. (author)
Guides/Manuals
Seattle, WA
(206) 322-6030
RSS Feed
About Us  -  Contact Us
Home  -  Training  -  Homelessness Resource Center Library  -  Facts  -  Topics  -  Partners  -  Events  -  PATH  -  SSH
Advanced Search
Acknowledgements -  Help -  Accessibility -  SAMHSA Privacy Policy -  Plain Language -  Disclaimer -  SAMHSA Web Site
Download PDF Reader
A program of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Mental Health Services