No Place To Go: Addressing the Challenge of Homeless Patients in Sacramento

No Place To Go: Addressing the Challenge of Homeless Patients in Sacramento

No Place To Go: Addressing the Challenge of Homeless Patients in Sacramento (8 pages, PDF) profiles a program through which community organizations, hospitals, and government agencies work together to provide health care to homeless patients at a recovery shelter after they leave the hospital. Prepared by the California HealthCare Foundation, the report describes the potential benefits of the program — better health outcomes for homeless patients, reduced costs, and more available hospital beds — and how it might work in other communities.