Recovery and Homeless Services: New Directions for the Field~!2009-08-14~!2009-09-28~!2010-03-22~!

@article{Gillis2010RecoveryAH,
  title={Recovery and Homeless Services: New Directions for the Field~!2009-08-14~!2009-09-28~!2010-03-22~!},
  author={Laura Gillis and Gloria E. Dickerson and J. Hanson},
  journal={The Open Health Services and Policy Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={3},
  pages={71-79}
}
The recovery movement is reshaping approaches to treatment of mental illness, substance abuse, and traumatic stress disorders. Yet recovery principles have not been well integrated into the homeless assistance network, despite high prevalence of mental illness, substance abuse, and trauma histories among people who are chronically homeless in the United States. We review approaches to recovery and recovery-oriented care and propose recommendations for adopting recovery oriented care within the… Expand
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