Homelessness and Health Care

L.A. County has the largest homeless population in the nation, with over half living in the Skid Row area of downtown L.A. Homeless adults and families face multiple barriers in accessing needed health and mental health care. The complexities of providing the full range of services, such as housing, mental health, substance abuse, medical and social services, for the 35,000 chronically homeless individuals in the county are immense. This section collects local, state and federal documents to provide an understanding of the issues to move toward joint action to find solutions for this vulnerable population. In addition, the Institute for the Study of Homelessness and Poverty, acquired from the Weingart Center Association by United Way of Greater Los Angeles, has an excellent compilation of data resources on homelessness.

Publications and Documents

Jul 27 2016
Insure The Uninsured Project

Implementing Medi-Cal 2020 in Los Angeles County

Jun 10 2016
The Children's Partnership

The Affordable Care Act and Children’s Coverage in California: Our Progress and Our Future

May 31 2016
Rafael A. Gomez, MPP and Bobbie Wunsch, MBA of Pacific Health Consulting Group, Blue Shield of California Foundation

Ready, Set, Enroll- Enrolling Undocumented Children in Medi-Cal: New Issue Brief

Apr 08 2016
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

California Substance Use & Mental Illness Estimates

Feb 29 2016
Insure The Uninsured Project

Opportunities for California Under Section 1332 of the Affordable Care Act

Jan 31 2016
California Health Workforce Alliance-Jeff Oxendine, UC Berkeley School of Public Health & Kevin Barnett, Public Health Institute, California Primary Care Association

HORIZON 2030: Meeting California’s Primary Care Workforce Needs

Jun 18 2015
Insure The Uninsured Project

Care, Coverage and Financing for Southern California’s Remaining Uninsured

Mar 05 2015
Langer Research Associates, Blue Shield of California Foundation

Exploring Low-Income Californians' Needs and Preferences for Behavioral Health Care

Aug 10 2016
Martha Hostetter, Sarah Klein, and Douglas McCarthy , The Commonwealth Fund

Project ECHO’s Care Initiative:Building Capacity to Help“Superutilizers” in Underserved Commun

Jul 19 2016
Peter V. Lee, Covered California

Covered California 2017 Health Insurance Plan Rates-Press Release

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