The Resource Library

Publications

  • HOPWA Modernization Fact Sheets

    Fact Sheet | Publication | April 2021

    TAC helps providers and policymakers successfully navigate the federal Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS program.

  • Effective Behavioral Health Crisis Care for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness

    Issue Brief | Publication | August 2020

    Exploring core crisis system components, with specific consideration for the needs of people who are homeless.

  • Addressing Substance Use in Behavioral Health Crisis Care: A Companion Resource to the SAMHSA Crisis Toolkit

    Issue Brief | Publication | August 2020

    Substance use disorders cannot be an afterthought in our approach to crisis care. Fourth in the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) "Beyond Beds: Crisis Services," series, this paper highlights states and programs that are demonstrating success in integrating substance use disorders in the three core…

  • State Strategies to Support Access to SUD Treatment Services through the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Issue Brief | Publication | July 2020

    Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, many governors were looking for ways to strengthen substance use disorder (SUD) provider capacity as part of their comprehensive response to the opioid epidemic. However, the imperative is now greater than ever as providers and states face unprecedented fiscal challenges, and there are increasing…

  • The Gab on YABs

    Fact Sheet | Publication | April 2020

    We surveyed seven communities to ask about the role and functioning of youth leadership in their efforts to address youth homelessness.

  • Olmstead at 20: Using the Vision of Olmstead to Decriminalize Mental Illness

    Report | Publication | February 2020

    Thanks to the historic Olmstead decision 20 years ago, many more people with mental illness now live in integrated, community-based settings rather than in psychiatric hospitals, nursing homes, or large board and care facilities. Yet for far too many people with mental illness who end up unnecessarily in jails…