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CSH is a National Training and Technical Assistance Partner (NTTAP) funded by the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) through the Bureau of Primary Healthcare (BPHC). We provide technical assistance to federally qualified health centers and other organizations working in tandem with health and housing, particularly those that serve individuals facing housing instability, homelessness, or residing in public housing. As part of our training and technical assistance work, we also produce several national resources like learning collaborative, national webinars, publications, tools, resources, and direct technical assistance. Key focus areas include:

  • Health and Housing Partnerships
  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Homeless and Housing Programs
  • Supportive Housing Development
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CSH Insights

Lived Expertise and Data Management: Trauma-Informed Approaches and Perspectives

On November 9, 2023, we hosted a webinar exploring why and how lived expertise must be sought after and valued by health centers and allied organizations to improve every stage of the data management process from collection and analysis to data sharing, access, and decision-making, including discussion about Information Blocking rules and navigating the tension between reporting and regulations.

 

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Health & Housing Partnerships for Older Adults: Aging in Place in Supportive Housing
 

Nationwide, the rate of homeless individuals over the age of 50 is growing. Not only are those on the streets getting older, but their health is deteriorating at rates much faster than the general population. Pressing chronic health and geriatric conditions exacerbate the housing crisis for thousands of unsheltered individuals over 50.1 Supportive housing, a proven intervention for meeting the unique and complex needs of formerly homeless individuals, is also experiencing a “graying” consumer population that calls for changes to the way that quality supportive housing is provided. Nearly 40% of supportive housing consumers are over the age of 50.

Health centers are also witnessing a surge in their older consumer population. Between 2013 and 2015, there was an increase in the number of consumers ages 50-64 and 65+ across all health centers at a higher rate than the overall health center population. 

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HRSA Training and Technical Assistance Resources

Publications

Latest publications, briefs, case studies and resource guides on CSH’s key focus areas.

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Webinar Recordings

View past live training and technical assistance webinars.

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Interactive

Access CSH’s HRSA interactive web-based resources, self-paced modules, and videos.

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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.

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CSH is a part of the National Resource Center (NRC) for Training and Technical Assistance (TTA). The Health Center Resource Clearinghouse provides a broad framework of resources, tools, and supports to facilitate health center professionals’ ability to access and utilize critical resources from all NTTAPs a part of the NRC.