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This library contains documents that may be useful to counties and/or Tribal entities as they design and implement behavioral health bridge housing. The search function allows you to search by keyword and resource type. Although BHBH staff has reviewed all resources for relevance to behavioral health bridge housing and to categorize them by topic, please note that external links and resources may not fully reflect the views of DHCS or AHP.
Toolkit “addressing the intersection of IPV and homelessness in four domains: foundations of intersectional practice, provider self- and team-care, guidance on clinical conversations, and community partnerships.”
Report of a technical expert panel (TEP) convened by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing “to explore ways to best demonstrate the value of recovery housing in the United States. The TEP reviewed the current landscape, identified areas for improvement and discussed potential options for improving the system.”
Supporting Individuals Using Medications for Opioid Use Disorder in Recovery Residences: Challenges and Opportunities for Addressing the Opioid Epidemic
Perspective article describing the challenges that an individual faces in simultaneously living in a recovery residence and receiving medication for opioid use disorder, along with suggestions for addressing these challenges.
Ten guidelines in three categories (person-focused, community-focused, and program-focused) for increasing access to and use of primary health care.
Guide summarizing potential funding sources for rural housing through the U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Housing and Urban Development, including frequently asked questions.
Urban American Indians and Alaska Natives Experiencing Homelessness in California: Strategies for Addressing Housing Insecurities and Substance Use Disorder
A study of urban American Indian and Alaska Natives (AIAN) experiencing homelessness and their access to substance use treatment, based on interviews with AIAN individuals experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco, Sacramento, and San Diego, together with recommendations.