Homeless and Residents of Public Housing
Living on the streets, in a shelter, or even in some else’s home makes it exceedingly difficult to manage chronic diseases, rest and recuperate from illnesses, avoid communicable diseases and escape the violence that often plagues this population. Housing is critical to sustained good health. Health centers serving these populations have developed many adaptations to help overcome the barriers created by homelessness, including:
FACHC can provide technical assistance related to serving this population.
Florida Council on Homelessness 2016 Annual Report, Florida DCF
Runaway & Homeless Youth and Relationship Violence Toolkit Created by and for runaway homeless youth and sexual assault advocates
Florida Continuums of Care Lead Agencies, Florida DCF
For more information, contact Erin Sologaistoa at Erin@fachc.org
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