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Supporting Older Adults Experiencing Homelessness through Community Partnerships

By Emma Opthof, Center for Health Care Strategies As the older adult population in the U.S. continues to grow, so does the number of older adults experiencing homelessness. By 2030, the number of adults over 65 who are experiencing homelessness is expected to triple. This population has a complex array of health and social needs. Adults in their 50s and 60s experiencing homelessness, for example, have rates of cognitive and functional impairment, falls, frailty, chronic medical conditions, and premature death similar to or higher than 80-year-old housed adults. With this comes high medical
November 2021

COVID-19 Social Health Playbook

Presents tools and tips frontline care management staff to address high-risk patients’ unmet social health needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Implementation Tool

What Matters Most in Driving Cross-Sector Partnerships for Complex Populations

Featured representatives from Adventist Health’s Project Restoration and the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers who engaged in a discussion focused on partnerships with multiple sectors, including police, emergency medical services, and community-based health and human services organizations.