Wednesday, August 04, 2010
After many years of development, the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Center for Mental Health Services has finalized and posted a Supportive Housing Toolkit.
While this kit was developed specifically to assist individuals with mental health needs in attaining supportive housing, my hope is that some of the research and best practices found in this toolkit might be applicable to transitional youth, particularly emancipated foster care youth, as well...
- How to Use the Evidence-Based Practices KITs
- Getting Started with Evidence-Based Practices
- Building Your Program
- Training Frontline Staff
- Evaluating Your Program
- Using Multimedia to Introduce Your EBP
- Tools for Tenants
- Introductory Powerpoint - available for free download at SAMHSA
- The Evidence