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Health and Housing Partnerships: Making the Work: Online Tutorial: Step by Step Strategies for Health and Housing Partnerships (2017). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: This self-paced online class explores the importance and value of partnering with supportive housing providers, partner perspectives and goals, how to assess your organization and your partner organization, and how to make partnerships last. More Details...

Health and Housing Partnerships for Older Adults: Aging in Place in Supportive Housing (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This case study profiles Health Centers serving aging and vulnerable populations in their communities More Details...

Health and Housing Partnership Profiles - Washtenaw MI: Case Study on Frequent User Intiatives in Washtenaw MI (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This Profile focuses on Washtenaw MI, and the multiple health sector providers joined with local government and housing providers to target resources and services for the most vulnerable in the community as part of a series of real Health Center Case Studies engaged in effective Frequent User Initiatives in communities around the country. More Details...

Health and Housing Partnership Profiles - Orlando FL: Case Study on Frequent User Intiatives in Orlando FL (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This Profile focuses on Orlando FL, and Orange Blossom Family Health - the Healthcare for Homeless Center in Orlando as part of a series of real Health Center Case Studies engaged in effective Frequent User Initiatives in communities around the country. More Details...

Health and Housing Partnership Profiles - Los Angeles CA: Case Study on Frequent User Intiatives in Los Angeles CA (2015). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This Profile focuses on Los Angeles CA and a multi-sector partnership to identify, house and provide services to the most vulnerable in the community as part of a series of real Health Center Case Studies engaged in effective Frequent User Initiatives in communities around the country. More Details...

Health and Housing Partnership Profiles - Houston TX: Case Study on Frequent User Intiatives in Houston TX, (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This Profile focuses on Houston TX and Healthcare for Homeless - Houston as part of a series of real Health Center Case Studies engaged in effective Frequent User Initiatives in communities around the country. More Details...

HEALING HANDS:Best Practices and Considerations for Wound Care (2017). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Research has shown that people experiencing homelessness often experience acute wounds as a result of lacerations, injuries, fractures, stabbing or gunshot wounds, burns, frostbite, and chronic medical conditions such as diabetes. When these acute wounds are not adequately treated, they can evolve into chronic wounds, such as venous stasis ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, or intravenous (IV) drug use site infections. This issue of Healing Hands provides perspectives on the role of clinics, respite facilities, outreach teams, and community partnerships in facilitating improved wound care for people experiencing homelessness. More Details...

HEALING HANDS: Substance Use Among Youth Experiencing Homelessness (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication addresses the connections between substance use, trauma, mental health, and homelessness, with a lens on the experiences of young people. It considers some barriers to engagement of care for youth who are using alcohol or drugs while experiencing homelessness, and provides practical, legal, and clinical perspectives on overcoming these barriers and assisting young people in accessing care through the use of concepts such as trauma-informed care, harm reduction, and building trusting relationships. More Details...

HEALING HANDS: Care Coordination for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This issue of Healing Hands discusses some of the benefits of care coordination as well as ongoing and emerging challenges for implementation of care coordination initiatives, and then presents several provider case studies that highlight solutions and emerging strategies in care coordination for clients experiencing homelessness. More Details...

HCH Costing Tool (2016). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) providers are uniquely challenged to effectively address the health care needs of individuals who face extraordinary hurdles to managing their care. This is complicated by the difficulty of determining the impact of individual programs and services, planning the best use of limited resources, and presenting a compelling, data-driven argument to potential funders. The HCH Costing Tool was created by economists and researchers Donald Shepard and Cynthia Tschampl at Brandeis University to address this issue and help HCH grantees conduct a cost-benefit analysis of existing and potential programs. More Details...

Hallmarks of High Performance: Exploring the Relationship between Clinical, Financial, and Operational Excellence at America's Health Centers (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This analysis examined the operating models, strategies, and practices of high-performing health centers to better understand the factors that work for and against the co-occurrence of strong clinical performance and financial sustainability. More Details...

Governing Board Succession Planning: A Case Study on Cherry Health (English/Spanish) (2018). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This case study describes how one community health center takes a strategic approach to its board composition by implementing a board succession planning process that entails proactive efforts to: assess and identify future board composition needs, build a pipeline of candidates, and utilize board committee membership as a way to vet and prepare candidates for the board. More Details...

Good Health is For You, Too (Spanish): Brochure on Migrant Health Centers (n.a.). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication is for agricultural workers and provides basic information about the services provided at the health center in a comic-book format. There is blank panel on the back of the brochure for health centers to personalize. More Details...

Good Health is For You, Too (Haitian Creole): Brochure on Migrant Health Centers (n.a.). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication is for agricultural workers and provides basic information about the services provided at the health center in a comic-book format. There is blank panel on the back of the brochure for health centers to personalize. More Details...

Good Health is For You, Too (English): Brochure on Migrant Health Centers (n.a.). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication is for agricultural workers and provides basic information about the services provided at the health center in a comic-book format. There is blank panel on the back of the brochure for health centers to personalize. More Details...

Glossary of LGBT Terms for Health Care Teams (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: In this glossary, you will find some of the terms most relevant to the health care of LGBT people. More Details...

Getting Started on the Quality Journey: Case Vignettes (2016). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Launching quality work at first can feel like a daunting task – even more so if you do not have the support of leadership in your organization.  Some individuals have successfully launched quality work by following the mantra: “What can I get done by next Tuesday?”  This mantra helps them sidestep inertia, extensive collaboration, and time consuming benchmarking research. Instead, by identifying small steps they can take to improve quality on their own, within the context of their existing job, they can start on the journey quickly. Furthermore, success in these small steps can help with Leadership Buy-In for the importance of Quality work. The vignettes in the attached document are not intended to be literal examples of such efforts, although they rely heavily on real-life experiences.  Nor are they intended to be instructions for specific projects the reader can pursue at their own health center. Rather, these are intended to be aspirational examples of quality work that can be launched by an individual with relatively little support and produce results “by next Tuesday” (or relatively quickly).  The vignettes are written to encompass both health centers with many resources and those with less, to provide a variety of perspectives.  We hope that they inspire associative thinking for the reader, helping to identify specific work that can be accomplished “by next Tuesday.” More Details...

From Zero to 60: Medical-Legal Partnership Fundamentals & Strategies (2017). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This national webinar features the experiences of 3 different health center based MLP programs, and highlights basic operational and implementation strategies. More Details...

Frequent User System Engagement (FUSE) Initiatives: Step by Step Strategies for Launching a Frequent User Initiative (2017). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: Is your community looking at how to identify the frequent users across multiple crisis care systems in an effort to deliver more effective services and save resources? This self-paced tutorial walks multiple system partners through the process to create a Frequent User System Engagement (FUSE) More Details...

Finding Resources for Health and Housing Partnerships: Partnerships to Create New Funding Mechanisms (2016). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Looking for resources to support your health center partnerships? This webinar highlights funding sources to seek out to support health partnerships with housing providers in their community More Details...

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