A working relationship model that reduces homelessness among people with mental illness.

@article{Chen2012AWR,
  title={A working relationship model that reduces homelessness among people with mental illness.},
  author={Fang-pei Chen and Lydia Ogden},
  journal={Qualitative health research},
  year={2012},
  volume={22 3},
  pages={373-83}
}
We applied grounded theory methodology to generate a working relationship model that influences motivation for stable housing among homeless people with serious mental illness, to understand the role of a working relationship in critical service transitions. We focused on practitioners' perspectives and practices in Critical Time Intervention (CTI), a community intervention aimed to reduce homelessness through providing support during the transition from institutional to community living. We… CONTINUE READING

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