Exploring Community Responses to Statutory Rape Final Report Prepared for: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) Prepared by: Michael Fishman, Karen Gardiner, and Asaph Glosser The Lewin Group September 30, 2006 This report is available on the Inter
What Challenges Are Boys Facing, and What Opportunities Exist to Address Those Challenges? Annotated Bibliography
July 2008 This bibliography is available on the Internet at: http://aspe.hhs.gov/hsp/08/boys/Biblio/ Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (52 pages) Project Page
From Prison to Home: The Effect of Incarceration and Reentry on Children, Families, and Communities The Skill Sets and Health Care Needs of Released Offenders Gerald G. Gaes, Ph. D. and Newton Kendig, M.D. Federal Bureau of Prisons January 10, 2002 [ Project Home Page | List of Conference Papers ]
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services The Effect of Reducing Falls on Long-Term Care Expenses: Literature Review Abt Associates, Inc., Center for Health and Long Term Care Research April 8, 2004 PDF Version
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Who Will Care For Us?Addressing the Long-Term Care Workforce Crisis Robyn I. Stone with Joshua M. Wiener The Urban Institute May 2001 PDF Version
Assessment of the Policy Implications of Alternative Functional Definitions of Disability for Children: Final Report
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Assessment of the Policy Implications of Alternative Functional Definitions of Disability for Children: Final Report Ruth E.K. Stein, M.D. Albert Einstein College of Medicine March 1997 PDF Version (50 PDF pages)
Understanding Disparities in Persons with Multiple Chronic Conditions: Research Approaches and Datasets. Appendix E – Review of National Datasets and Data Systems: Summary Tables
Disclaimer: The information contained in this appendix was compiled by Abt Associates Inc. under contract #HHSP2333700IT to the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) in September 2013. Abt and ASPE are not liable for the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this document, as the specifications of each data sy
Adoption USA. A Chartbook Based on the 2007 National Survey of Adoptive Parents. Part 1: The Population
Part 1 presents some key population characteristics of adopted children and their families. Information presented includes children’s prior relationship to their parents, socio-economic and demographic characteristics, and child and family well-being.
Adoption USA. A Chartbook Based on the 2007 National Survey of Adoptive Parents. All Adopted Children
Throughout this Chartbook, we present indicators pertaining to the characteristics, experiences, and well-being of adopted children and their families. We highlight a few key findings pertaining to adopted children as a group below:
Assessing the Need for a National Disability Survey: Final Report. B. Findings from a Review of National Surveys
Many existing national surveys collect disability-related information, and some do so in great detail. There is substantial variation across surveys in terms of target populations, the disability measures used, topics covered, frequency, and design. We provide an overview of the 40 national, federally-sponsored surveys we reviewed for this study,
This is the final report of a project that assesses the need for developing and fielding another national disability survey data collection effort. It presents the findings from three principal project activities designed to assess whether existing data are sufficient to answer key disability-related research questions identified by the staffs of
Public Housing Agencies and Permanent Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless People. 2.4. Health Care Programs Targeted to Public Housing Residents
Health care is an important service for all frail or disabled populations as well as low-income families. The Bureau of Primary Health Care at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) administers the Public Housing Primary Care (PHPC) program operated by Community Health Centers (CHC) in 25 states and Puerto Rico. PHPC programs deli
This Issue Paper looks at innovative ways that public housing agencies are supporting housing for formerly homeless people in the communities the researchers visited.
Medicaid Financing for Services in Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless People: Current Practices and Opportunities. Notes
The Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured has published Medicaid: a Primer which explains key information about the Medicaid program. This publication, available at http://www.kff.org/medicaid/upload/7334-04.pdf provides clear explanations about Medicaid for readers who want more information about mandatory and optional benefits,
Medicaid Financing for Services in Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless People: Current Practices and Opportunities. 3.3. Challenges, Obstacles, and Limitations of Medicaid-Reimbursed Mental Health Services
3.3.1. Covered Services and Rules for Documenting Costs Can Be Inconsistent with Service Models
Medicaid Financing for Services in Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless People: Current Practices and Opportunities. 1.3. What Services Does Medicaid Cover for Permanent Supportive Housing Tenants?
Medicaid eligibility provides access to many health services and a mechanism for paying for them. For beneficiaries, Medicaid covers the hospital services that make up a big part of total health care costs, as well as doctor visits and other ambulatory health services that may be delivered in hospitals or in clinical settings. Some Medicaid-covere
Medicaid Financing for Services in Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless People: Current Practices and Opportunities. 1.2. Who is Eligible for Medicaid?
Until the ACA is fully implemented in 2014, Medicaid eligibility is based on income and also is categorical. Only some income-eligible people are in eligible categories defined by age, disability, or eligibility for another program. Among chronically homeless people, Medicaid eligibility is usually dependent on having a disability that makes t
Medicaid Financing for Services in Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless People: Current Practices and Opportunities. Highlights
This paper describes the specific ways in which Medicaid reimbursement is being used for some of the services provided to chronically homeless people, including services that address their health and behavioral health needs and help vulnerable people get and keep stable housing. States have used different types of Medicaid benefits and payment mec
Medicaid Financing for Services in Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless People: Current Practices and Opportunities
This Issue Paper describes the ways that Medicaid is being used now and might be used in the future under provisions of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 to serve chronically homeless people. [67 PDF pages]