Pathways to Housing ends chronic homelessness for individuals with serious mental illness (SMI) by providing housing first, and then combining that housing with supportive treatment services in the area of mental and physical health, substance abuse, education, and employment. Housing is provided in apartments scattered throughout a community. This "scattered site" model fosters a sense of home and self-determination, and it helps speed client's reintegration into the community. The Pathways model has been remarkable successful in addressing chronic homelessness.
What are the chronic physical disease self management support needs of Pathways to Housing clients?
Recommended CitationWeinstein, MD, Lara Carson, "Capacity Building for Participatory Health Services Research in Housing First" (2011). Department of Family & Community Medicine Lectures, Presentations, Workshops. Paper 5.