Opening Doors to Innovation: How to Improve Client Outcomes Using Housing First

Opening Doors to Innovation: How to Improve Client Outcomes Using Housing First

USICH and the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans host a discussion on how Housing First practices can improve client outcomes in a transitional housing setting and help our Nation’s Veterans and others who experience homelessness move more quickly into permanent housing.

Participating in the conversation is Dr. Josh Bamberger from the San Francisco Department of Health, Dr. Tom O’Toole from Veterans Affairs Medical Center Providence, RI, and Sue Smith and Antoine Parks from Project H.O.M.E. in Philadelphia, PA.  The panel discusses the clinical dimensions of Housing First and how it helps to deliver improved care to clients and speed up their transitions into permanent housing.  


On this webinar you will learn more about Housing First as a clinical practice from healthcare providers in both community and VA-based settings. You’ll also hear from a local transitional housing provider for Veterans who innovated their program with Housing First principles to enhance the success housing Veterans experiencing homelessness.

 

View other Webinars in this series:

Opening Doors to Innovation: Reducing Barriers to Services

Opening Doors to Innovation: Increasing Housing Placement and Retention

 
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