Assisting HCH Clinicians and Staff
The clinical resources pages are designed to assist clinicians and administrators by providing relevant and timely educational materials to support the provision of care to those who are homeless.
The National Health Care for the Homeless Council is committed to helping Health Care for the Homeless staff and community members provide high-quality, equitable care to those experiencing homelessness through training, research, and advocacy.
We assist clinical and non-clinical staff to advance their practice of person-centered, trauma-informed, and recovery-oriented care by providing educational resources and connecting them to subject matter experts and other health care practitioners facing similar challenges
We offer a range of learning opportunities including publications, peer-to-peer learning collaboratives, live webinars, and more! For any questions regarding our resources or learning opportunities, please contact our technical assistance team.
Individuals experiencing homelessness are some of the most disenfranchised individuals in our society.
Together, providers and patients must navigate challenges that hinder even the most basic care. Health outcomes are a reflection of housing status, ability to access care, availability of safe food and water, mental and social health status, environmental factors, and community support.
The resources provided here can help clinicians and administrators overcome the barriers they experience in providing health care to those who are homeless.
Please contact a staff member of the National Health Care for the Homeless Council if you have any questions or suggestions for additional resources.