Ab2034 Program Experiences in Housing Homeless People With Smi

One of the main purposes of the Mental Health Services Act is to reduce homelessness among people with serious mental illness, either by housing consumers who have been living on the streets or in shelters or by preventing homelessness among those leaving hospitals, jails, and prisons. Creative housing strategies are becoming a critical component of these new programs. To inform the implementation of MHSA, this report describes some of the housing strategies that the AB2034 programs use and their success in retaining consumers and helping them find and keep housing. (exerpt from Part1:CSH)

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