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HUD, HIPAA, and HMIS: What You Need to Know

Can homeless services utilize health data? The answer is yes—but only if they follow strict rules put forth by HUD and HIPAA for HMIS. Check out what these rules entail and what benefits come from following them. 

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The Obstacles of Refugee Children

Being a child isn’t always easy; neither is being a refugee. What about when you’re both? Consider these unique obstacles refugee children face, as well as how we can better support them as they resettle.

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How Can We Support Ukrainian Refugees?

The invasion of Ukraine has displaced over 5.3 million refugees (and counting). Now is the time to aid Ukrainians fleeing political violence–but what exactly can you do to help? Check out our three ideas on ways to make a difference today.

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Why Social Workers Are Key to Care Coordination

Care coordination is the future of health and human service organizations, but stakeholders and community members are essential to its success. Social workers are key to implementing effective and lasting community care coordination.

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Three Ways to Improve Veteran Care

There are over 19 million veterans in the US, and each one deserves care from services that understand their unique needs. How well do you know the state of veteran care? Check out our three suggestions on how health and human service organizations can improve their veteran care.

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Supporting Transgender Day of Visibility

Since 2009, March 31st marks Transgender Day of Visibility. Celebrated by LGBTQ+ communities across the globe, this day serves as a chance to honor progress that transgender individuals and groups have made. It also offers a chance to improve the ways social services address transgender and gender non-conforming communities.

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The Mental Health of Social Workers

Did you know that over 60% of mental health professionals are social workers? The unique challenges that social workers face mean that they are also at higher risk of developing adverse mental health. Check out the state of mental health among social workers–and how to help.

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