By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer The issue of housing and its relationship to health care services is a simple issue in practice, and a complex issue in policy. In my briefing yesterday, Are Medicaid Managed Care Plans Ready For The Justice-Involved Consumer?), housing looms large as a key to providing stable health services and preventing recidivism.  And, with 600,000 homeless Americans (see The State of Homelessness In America 2014) – 30% of whom have mental health disorders and 50% have a co-occurring addictive disorder (see Current Statistics On The Prevalence And Characteristics Of People Experiencing Homelessness In The United States) – the issue is not insignificant in scale. The statistics showing the relationship…
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