Grounded in human rights and social justice, the National Health Care for the Homeless Council mission is to build an equitable, high-quality health care system through training, research, and advocacy in the movement to end homelessness. One of the oldest NTTAPs, the Council has provided training and technical assistance to health centers and those who serve people experiencing homelessness and poverty since 1986. Everything we do is guided and advanced by an inclusive community of people with lived experience of homelessness, administrators, clinicians, respite providers, researchers, academics, advocates, and policymakers, working together in solidarity. This community generously shares their time and expertise to support others in the work, and the Council specializes in facilitating these connections as well as meeting technical assistance and training requests utilizing practical resources grounded in direct services for people without homes.
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