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- Case Management for Homeless Clients Who Are Not Obviously Disabled (2007)
- Dealing with Disability: Cognitive Impairments & Homelessness (2003) – See “Effective Case Management Strategies”
- Breaking the Cycle of Family Homelessness Through Intensive Case Management (1998)
- de Vet R, van Luijtelaar MJ, Brilleslijper-Kater SN, Vanderplasschen W, Beijersbergen MD, and Wolf JR. Effectiveness of case management for homeless persons: a systematic review. American Journal of Public Health, 103(10):e13-26, 2013.
- Essock SM, Mueser KT, Drake RE, et al. Comparison of ACT and standard case management for delivering integrated treatment for co-occurring disorders. Psychiatric Services, 57(2):185-196, 2006. Comment and Author Reply in Psychiatric Services, 57(4):578-579, April 2006.
- Cox GB, Meijer L, Carr DI, and Freng SA. Systems Alliance and Support (SAS): A Program of Intensive Case Management for Chronic Public Inebriates: Seattle. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 10(3-4):125-138, 1993.
- Documenting Disability for Persons with Substance Use Disorders & Co-occurring Impairments: A Guide for Clinicians (2007) | Post P, Perret Y, Anderson S, Dalton M, Zevin B, National Health Care for the Homeless Council, Inc.
- Organizing Health Services for Homeless People: A Practical Guide (2001) | McMurray-Avila M – See Part IV, Service Delivery Strategies, Case Management Services
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