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Homelessness



Title Type Categories
The Future of Medicaid Expansion & Effects on People Experiencing Homelessness Issue Briefs
Medicaid Strategies for People with Specialized Needs Issue Briefs
Connecting with Medicaid: Strategies & Options for Providers of Services to People who are Homeless Issue Briefs
How Healthcare Reform Strengthens Medicaid's Role in Preventing & Ending Homelessness Issue Briefs
A Katrina Success Story: Louisiana's 3,000 Unit Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Initiative Issue Briefs
Replicable Best Practices for Accessing Mainstream Resources: A Guide for Continuums of Care Manuals & Guides
Seizing the Moment Manuals & Guides
State Funded Housing Assistance Programs Reports
Permanent Supportive Housing: A Proven Solution to Homelessness Opening Doors
Rural Housing Challenges: Meeting the Housing Needs of People with Disabilities in Rural Communities Opening Doors
The New Homelessness Prevention & Rapid Rehousing Program Opening Doors

CoC Mainstreaming Guide

This guide is a tool for helping homeless Continuums of Care (CoCs) discover new practices for improving access to four mainstream resources for people who are homeless: Medicaid, Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF), Social Security disability programs, and Food Stamps. Featured in this guide are replicable best practices from around the U.S. The intent is to share strategies that CoCs can consider implementing to increase access to mainstream resources. (2006)

Crisis Manual

This manual is a tool that can be used by any individual or group who is considering developing a new psychiatric crisis service delivery system, expanding an existing crisis service system, or improving the effectiveness of an existing system. (2005)

Emerging Best Practices MH Recovery

This guide is intended for consumers of mental health services to increase their understanding of their roles in the recovery process and as advocates for the delivery of quality services by competent service providers. (1999)

Leveraging Medicaid

This guide provides information on how to facilitate the use of Medicaid as a source of funding for services in permanent supportive housing. (2008)

Managed Care Monograph

This monograph describes the differences between the concepts of care management, case management, and utilization review and how they may be applied in a managed care environment. (undated)

Piecing it All Together

This resource guide is for communities and states on developing strategies for addressing the needs of people with disabilities as part of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Consolidated Plan process. (1999)

Regional Housing Forum

This guide contains information on housing resources and strategies to assist people with disabilities covered by the U.S. Supreme Court's Olmstead decision. (2003)

Section 8 Made Simple

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Seizing the Moment

This guidebook outlines approaches to using the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Consolidated Plan process to identify affordable housing opportunities for homeless people with serious mental illnesses. (1999)

Success in HCV Program

This publication provides guidance for Public Housing Agencies (PHAs) administering Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers targeted to people with disabilities. (2002)

Turning Knowlede into Practice

This manual is intended to provide practical guidance for human service administrators and practitioners, as well as consumers and other stakeholders, to understand and implement evidence-based practices to enhance independence, self sufficiency, and community living for people with disabilities. (2010)

Using Medicaid to Pay for PSH

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) is an effective intervention for ending chronic homelessness. An essential part of the PSH model is a package of health care and supportive services that helps people with disabilities get and stay housed. Those services, however, cost money - money that can be difficult to identify, secure, and sustain. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recommends Medicaid as a potential funding resource for supportive services, but the process to secure this resource can be complex and overwhelming.

To address this challenge, the National Alliance to End Homelessness, the Technical Assistance Collaborative, and the Corporation for Supportive Housing have developed this “how to” guide, offering five steps to help Continuum of Care (CoC) and other service system leaders build a case for why and how Medicaid can be structured to pay for services in permanent supportive housing at the state and local levels. (2016)