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William N. Evans, James X. Sullivan, Melanie Wallskog
This report analyses the impact of homelessness prevention programs on homelessness using data collected from Chicago in the United States from 2010 to 2012. There is a demonstration that the volatile nature of funding availability leads to good-as-...
Wendy Grace Evans
Currently in Massachusetts there are 800 families with children living in motels as they transition from homelessness. The Family Team at Boston’s Healthcare For The Homeless has just launched “Safe and Sound: A Healthy Child Toolkit for Homeless...
Wendy Grace Evans
Michaelene Spence, the clinical director at Wayside House in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, speaks with experience about the positive impact of Motivational Interviewing. Wayside House staff find that Motivational Interviewing in conjunction with other...
Wendy Grace Evans
William White, M.A., after first testing the waters as an anti-methadone counselor and clinical director in the early days of his career, has since challenged the myths and misconceptions about methadone treatment and its role in long-term recovery...
Wendy Grace Evans
On or around the first day of winter every year, communities across the country celebrate the lives of those who have died on the streets. Wendy Grace Evans attended the recent march and vigil in Albuquerque and describes the experience....
Laura Winn, Wendy Grace Evans
In Tulsa, Oklahoma, a debt-free business model enables the Mental Health Association to develop new units of supportive housing. The agency offers a range of housing options to meet the needs of clients. The debt-free model offers stable,...
Background: Peer use of take home naloxone has the potential to reduce drug related deaths. There appears to be a paucity of research amongst homeless drug users on the topic. This study explores the acceptability and potential risk of peer use of...