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Provider Burnout

The work of serving people experiencing homelessness and others struggling with trauma and poverty can be a heavy burden, as much as it is a privilege. This work requires mission-driven, compassionate professionals who can both empathize with their clients, and maintain healthy boundaries. In order to retain excellent providers and staff, organizations must prioritize supervision and enthusiastically promote self-care and work-life balance. The following resources address the challenges of burnout prevention in the workplace.

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