With almost all K-12 schools back in session, educators face a myriad of dilemmas in providing both quality education and a safe environment. Unfortunately, the brunt of negative consequences from these dilemmas […]
During the pandemic, social distancing and sheltering in place has been especially challenging for people experiencing homelessness. Even before COVID-19, marginalized homeless populations disproportionately suffered deficiencies in the specific social determinants of health (SDoH), particularly with housing stress, and typically rotated between the streets, […]
Social workers have been where we are before, in the middle of a crisis. The social worker profession was formalized and expanded during the 1918 Spanish Flu, the last deadly […]
While the growing social determinants of health (SDoH) movement in the U.S. has the attention of social workers and medical providers alike, payment models in support of such reinvented care […]
Social services providers are scrambling to adapt to new care realities in a field that has long relied on high-touch and high face-to-face time with at-risk populations. It’s not easy, […]
Campus closures due to COVID-19 result in food insecurity and homelessness for American college students. HMIS programs can aid colleges and community programs in coordinating aid for students in need.