Service system integration, access to services, and housing outcomes in a program for homeless persons with severe mental illness.

@article{Rosenheck1998ServiceSI,
  title={Service system integration, access to services, and housing outcomes in a program for homeless persons with severe mental illness.},
  author={Robert A. Rosenheck and Jean Morrissey and Julie Lam and Margaret Calloway and Matthew Johnsen and Howard H. Goldman and Frances Randolph and Margaret Blasinsky and Alan F. Fontana and Robert J. Calsyn and Gabby Teague},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  year={1998},
  volume={88 11},
  pages={1610-5}
}
OBJECTIVES This study evaluated the hypothesis that greater integration and coordination between agencies within service systems is associated with greater accessibility of services and improved client housing outcomes. METHODS As part of the Access to Community Care and Effective Services and Supports program, data were obtained on baseline client characteristics, service use, and 3-month and 12-month outcomes from 1832 clients seen at 18 sites during the first year of program operation… CONTINUE READING

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