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Julie Lam, Robert Rosenheck
Objectives. This study examined data on case management clients who are homeless and have a severe mental illness to determine how those contacted through street outreach differ in their socio-demographic characteristics, service needs, and outcomes...
Alvin Mares, Robert Rosenheck
OBJECTIVE: This study examined the various living arrangements among formerly homeless adults with mental illness 12 months after they entered case management. METHODS: The study surveyed 5,325 clients who received intensive case management services...
Gerardo Gonzales, Robert Rosenheck
Objective: This study compared baseline characteristics and clinical improvement after 12 months among homeless persons with a diagnosis of serious mental illness with and without a comorbid substance use disorder. Methods: The study subjects were 5...
Robert Rosenheck, Richard Tessler
This study looked at the population of homeless women and the over representation of veterans amongst this population. This study estimated the proportion of veterans among homeless women and their risk of homelessness relative to that of...
Robert Rosenheck, Alvin Mares
This resource provides the abstract and link to a study which examines the implementation process for supported employment programs amongst homeless veterans with either mental health or substance abuse diagnoses. OBJECTIVE: There has been growing...
Jack Tsai, Robert A. Rosenheck
Homelessness among US veterans has been a focus of research for over 3 decades. Following Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) guidelines, this is the first systematic review to summarize research on risk...