Title: How does Housing First catalyze recovery?: Qualitative findings from a Canadian multi-site randomized controlled trial
Authors: Macnaughten, E., Townley, G., Nelson, G., Caplan, R., Macleod, T., Polvere, L., Isaak, C., Kirst, M., McAll, C., Nolin, D., Patterson, M., Piat, M., & Goering, P.
Summary: Housing First can promote recovery in homeless people with mental illness. Changes can be found at three different transition points: from street to home, from home to community, and from present to future. Read more.
Key Words: Housing First, mental illnesses, transition, homelessness
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