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Project CHANGE: Comprehensive Housing and Addiction Management Network for Greater New Haven

  • Study HIC#:2000024880
  • Last Updated:09/16/2019

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for people who are involved in the criminal justice system, who are at risk for (or living with HIV), and are homeless, experiencing mental illness, difficulties with substance use, or need help with employment. We will help connect you to medical and behavioral health services, housing, employment, and addiction treatment through a collaboration between Yale School of Medicine and Liberty Community Services. 

  • Age18 years and older
  • GenderBoth
  • Start Date03/31/2019
  • End Date02/27/2024

Trial Purpose and Description

The purpose of this project is to expand and enhance the local implementation of a community infrastructure that integrates housing, behavioral health, and addiction treatment services for highly vulnerable populations at-risk for or living with HIV (PARLWH), by virtue of their involvement in criminal justice (CJ) systems and/or engagement in sex work. This study will expand and enhance local implementations of community services to integrate housing, behavioral health, and addiction treatment services to improve access to health services, social support, housing, and recovery support services and facilitate reintegration into society and reduce recidivism among this highly vulnerable population.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility criteria

Persons aged 18+ who have recently been involved in the criminal justice system and are homeless or in an unstable housing situation. 

Accepts Healthy Volunteers

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