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Interdisciplinary Care

Integrated, interdisciplinary care is essential to address the multiple and complex needs of displaced people. Navigating fragmented systems of care is often impossible for these individuals, particularly those who are ill. HCH providers understand that health care and other basic needs are interrelated, and strive to address each client’s needs holistically through the use of multidisciplinary clinical teams. Integration of primary care with the treatment of mental illness and substance use disorders is a hallmark of HCH practice, and efforts to secure housing, entitlements, and jobs are intrinsic to this approach.

 

 

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