This report from the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership and the National Health Care for the Homeless Council describes how Healthcare for the Homeless sites develop medical-legal partnerships to provide patients with legal services for issues that directly affect their health. It highlights the impact that medical-legal partnership services had on the outcomes of homeless...

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This report from the Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation highlights the Support and Services at Home (SASH) model from Burlington, Vermont. The program is run through a formalized partnership between affordable housing providers, home health agencies, area agencies on aging and local hospitals, and provides supportive services and care coordination to older adults...

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This research report from the Urban Institute details the California Health Care Foundation’s pilot project to develop sustainable, integrated care models for patients with opioid use disorder in the primary care setting using medication-assisted treatment (MAT). The pilot project was implemented across 10 community health centers in California. Through their evaluation, the Urban Institute identified...

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This report from the National LGBT Health Education Center and the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership explores how adding legal expertise to health centers that serve transgender patients can help address social and structural issues that affect these patients’ health. The report includes case studies from medical-legal partnerships in three cities, as well as information...

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