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Homeless Services

The specialized topics and resources in these pages are intended to assist administrators, case managers, and others to improve their care for individuals experiencing homelessness. People without homes can face almost insurmountable barriers to accessing care, and providers can improve the quality of care they do receive by increasing their understanding both of best practices in homeless services and homeless populations. 

Please contact a staff member of the National Health Care for the Homeless Council if you have any questions or suggestions for additional resources.


Browse resources on best practices on diverse topics including emergency preparedness, discharge planning, permanent supportive housing, provider burnout, quality improvement, and more.


Explore medical ethics, cultural competency, anti-racism, and more as they affect providers and patients in homeless health care.


Browse resources specific to the concerns of unique populations such as children, youth, and families, veterans, justice-involved populations, women, and more.

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