“We Always Think You’re Here Permanently”: The Paradox of “Permanent” Housing and Other Barriers to Recovery-Oriented Practice in Supportive Housing Services

@article{Tiderington2015WeAT,
  title={“We Always Think You’re Here Permanently”: The Paradox of “Permanent” Housing and Other Barriers to Recovery-Oriented Practice in Supportive Housing Services},
  author={Emmy Tiderington},
  journal={Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={44},
  pages={103-114}
}
This qualitative study examines the views and practices of frontline providers working in supportive housing for adults with serious mental illness and how frontline workers understand their work as it relates to consumer mental health recovery. Utilizing 84 interviews with providers (N = 35) and 106 hours of observation of provider practice, a grounded theory of frontline practice in supportive housing is provided. Analyses revealed distinct differences between providers working within… CONTINUE READING
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