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Video Series Harm Reduction for Healthcare in Health Center Settings
This three-part video series provides an overview of what harm reduction is and why it is important in working with those with substance use disorders in the healthcare setting. Targeted to health center Boards and leadership, the videos highlight what harm reduction is, how it can be applied in the health center setting, and strategies to incorporate into training, policies, and workflows. Combined the videos are about 20 minutes in length. Click here to start the series or select a video below.

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New: Focusing on Structural Racism To Address Social Determinants of Health

The concept of social determinants of health (SDOH) focuses on how the conditions that people are born into (and live in) shape their health. Structural racism is a primary driver of these inequities because the situations in which people of color are born and live affect their ability to stay healthy and access healthcare. Therefore all work to improve health by addressing SDOH requires an explicit focus on addressing structural racism and mitigating its impact on patients. This paper will provide examples of how structural racism in housing has affected inequities in SDOH and health outcomes.

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New: Health & Housing Partnerships E-Learning

This self-paced e-learning offers strategic guidance in building, assessing and/or strengthening various types of partnerships between Health Center Program Grantees, behavioral health providers and supportive housing providers. Whether you represent one of these types of organizations or you are merely curious about health and housing partnerships, you can use this e-learning as your roadmap.

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New for Community Health Professionals: Best Practices Guide and Finding from the COVID-19 Pandemic

This guide – created by CSH, MHP Salud, and National Healthcare for the Homeless Council – shares best practices for 1) recruiting, hiring and retaining, 2) integrating the CHW and Peer in the work 3) key role for CHW and Peers in screening for social determinants of health (SDOH).

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New: UDS Quick Guide for Federally Funded Health Centers

Federally funded health centers and health center “look-alikes” (collectively health centers) report on all sorts of data about patients and performance, including housing and homeless status. This UDS Quick Guide will inform health center staff on how UDS offers rich and quite detailed insight into the important operations of health centers.

Health Center & Housing Partnerships


The latest publications, tools and HUD policy briefs on implementing successful health center and housing partnerships.

Webinar Recordings

View past webinars and take virtual trainings on how to foster and expand health center coordination and collaboration with key partners.

We Can Help

CSH’s experienced HRSA Technical Assistance (TA) team has provided direct TA to health centers and housing providers nationwide. We can help you best serve the most vulnerable people in your community.