CSH FUSE (Frequent Users Systems Engagement) is a proven model identifying frequent users of jails, shelters, hospitals and/or other crisis public services and then improving their lives through supportive housing. CSH collects examples of evaluated FUSE programs from across the country on their website. Browse the evaluations

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This brief from the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers describes how addiction care can be woven into programs that care for people with complex health and social needs including housing, care management, maternal health and more. Read the brief

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This issue brief from the Kaiser Family Foundation outlines the role that Medicaid coverage plays in facilitating access to treatment for individuals with opioid use disorders. KFF found: Among nonelderly adults with opioid addiction, those with Medicaid were twice as likely as those with private insurance or no insurance to have received treatment in 2016....

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This report released by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation explores the consequences of individuals with complex health needs being admitted to jail instead of medical care. Authors of the report found that locking up individuals who are frequently admitted to the hospital often makes their root issues worse, while producing no improvement in public...

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