discharge planning

Canadian Observatory on Homelessness
July 13, 2015
Categories: Topics

Discharge planning services should be provided to support people leaving any type of institution, particularly, but not only after a long stay. This can include jail or other corrections facilities, hospitals, addiction treatment facilities...

York University
July 14, 2014
Categories: Solutions

A growing body of Canadian research focuses on the bidirectional relationship between...

York University
April 14, 2014

Those who work in the homelessness sector are well aware that individuals are often discharged from hospitals and mental health facilities into homelessness. There are two main consequences to this. First, the mental health and well-being of such individuals is likely to worsen if discharged into homelessness rather than housing, and second, staff in emergency shelters and day programs are not well-equipped to provide...

York University
February 10, 2014

Those who work in the homelessness sector are well aware that individuals are often discharged from hospitals and mental health facilities into homelessness. There are two main consequences to this. First, the mental health and well-being of such individuals is likely to worsen if discharged into homelessness rather than housing, and second, staff in emergency shelters and day programs are not well-equipped to provide necessary and appropriate supports for people in such situations.

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