14 Forward - Yuba County (YouTube) - Temporary Housing Solution, enveloping individuals in services, as a step toward permanent housing. 14 Forward PDF .
Housing for Health - LA County - Permanent supportive housing, recuperative care, and specialized primary care to homeless people with complex physical and behavioral health conditions.
Interim Report from the Governor's Council of Regional Homeless Advisors - January 13, 2020
Permanent Supportive Housing Evidence-Based Practices, SAMHSA
Implementing Housing First in Permanent Supportive Housing A Fact Sheet from USICH with assistance from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
The Right Place: An Overview of Supportive Housing Options for Seniors and People with Disabilities (2013) California Healthcare Foundation
MHSA Housing Program Overview and Lessons Learned (2008-2016)
Hope for the Homeless Report: Effective Programs that Promote Real Change (2015, California Mental Health Planning Council (CAMHPC)
The Rise of Homelessness in 1980's (KCET, 2017)
Did the Emptying of Mental Hospitals Contribute to Homelessness? (2016) KQED News, The California Report
BOARD & CARE (ARF) ISSUE
2020-21 State Budget Proposal Investments to Tackle Homelessness: Key elements of Governor Newsom’s homelessness & mental health budget proposal
SB 744 Would Keep Supportive Housing Projects From Getting Bogged Down (SIGNED INTO LAW 9/19/19) Steinberg Institute
California Mayors call for more state leadership on homelessness crisis, LA Times, November 2018
Home Care Agencies Often Wrongly Deny Medicare Help To The Chronically Ill, Kaiser Health News, January, 2018
City in Canada has almost eliminated homelessness (L.A. Times, March 2017)
Converted Hotel (104 room): Santa Rosa's Palms Complex Sees Signs of Success in First Year, 2017: The Press Democrat
Micropad housing in San Francisco (San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 2016)
Rural Supportive Housing
CA Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions
No Place Like Home
New Legislative Action on No Place Like Home, 2018
2016: A major new California Initiative, “No Place Like Home”, changes W&I Code regarding the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA), directing $2 Billion state-wide for housing chronically homeless adults with mental illness. - No Place Like Home Readers Guide, November 2017, November 2016, CA Behavioral Health Directors Association (CBHDA)
"No Place Like Home" - Proposed Program Framework - (December 2016) Department of Housing & Community Development
No Place Like Home Advisory Committee & March 23, 2017 Meeting Materials
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