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Rachel Walls, Lyndal Millikan, Catherine Bridge, Laura Davy
Housing in rural remote Australia has always posed a number of management challenges due to the challenging geography and climate in many regions of the continent. These housing challenges tend to be augmented when applied to the Aboriginal...
Ilan Wiesel, Carmel Laragy, Sandra Gendera, Karen Fisher, Samantha Jenkinson, Trish Hill, Kate Finch, Wendy Shaw, Catherine Bridge
The project aims to: identify the factors enabling people with disability to transition into, and sustain, housing which suits their preferences and needs, in the context of individualised support funding and other innovative approaches to the...
Sam Catherine Johnston
The HRC’s Sam Catherine Johnston speaks with Michael Thompson, Director of the Justice Center, to learn about the challenges of prisoner reentry. As part of the Council of State Governments, the Justice Center serves policymakers at the local, state...
Livia Davis, Sam Catherine Johnston
Social connectedness, a basic human need, can be difficult for consumers to develop while transitioning into supportive housing programs. The supportive housing programs and service providers often end up becoming a de facto community for these...
Gerald Stahler, Shipley, Kimberly Kirby, Catherine Godboldte, MaryLouise Kerwin, Irving Shandler, Lori Simons
Drug abstinence is difficult to achieve and maintain, especially when clients return to their pretreatment environment. Forging ties with the natural helping networks in the community, such as religious organizations, may reinforce abstinent...
Geoffrey Nelson, Eric Macnaughton, Paula Goering, Michael Dudley, Patricia O’Campo, Michelle Patterson, Myra Piat, Verena Strehlau, Catherine Vallée
This research focused on the relationships between a national team and five project sites across Canada in planning a complex, community intervention for homeless people with mental illness called At Home/Chez Soi, which is based on the Housing...