This article shares one person’s lived experiences of homelessness, and discusses ways the system has improved and can improve.
This paper highlights the unique mental/behavioral health needs of native populations and outlines a culturally competent plan to improve behavioral health and well-being for Native Americans across California including community-defined solutions and recommendations from across the diverse Native American populations of tribal, rural, and urban California.
This paper highlights the need for a psychiatric continuum of care built with compassion for people who live with SMI to achieve optimal health, stability, safety, and peace through supportive housing supports and services.
This report provides a directory for those seeking services in their county. It can also be used to increase access and advocate for the expansion of mental health services.
This manual offers skills and resources to service providers working with rural and diverse youth who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.