A collection of open-source documents from CSH to support a holistic, community-wide response to unsheltered homelessness. It includes draft policies, provider tools, and system templates to assist with data and analytics, partnering across organizations, and communications. Explore the toolkit

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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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Though Brenda Wiewel may not have always called it complex care, she has spent her social work career providing integrated, team-based care tailored around the needs of the most vulnerable. Now, as director of the University of Southern California (USC)’s University Initiative to Eliminate Homelessness, she is taking her work to a larger scale and...

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A literature review on the impact of housing on health by Lauren Taylor, co-author of The American Health Care Paradox, for Health Affairs. She explores four pathways that connect housing and health outcomes: housing stability, quality, safety, and affordability. The review closes with a discussion of policy implications for healthcare organizations, private sector businesses, community...

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