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Innovation to Achieve Excellence in Engagement and Care for the Most Vulnerable Mentally Ill

In partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, the Public Mental Health Partnership at UCLA aims to realize a vision for excellence in care for vulnerable populations that incorporates typically marginalized perspectives and builds capacity to foster health equity.


Download the Complete Resource Guide below as a PDF or Access the Links by Categories below (updated as of August 17, 2020):

Supporting People Experiencing Homelessness

Messaging: Talking about COVID-19 and Infectious Diseases with Clients

Supporting People in Other Vulnerable Populations

Maintaining Continuity of Mental Health Services


New Online Trainings

As we practice social distancing, PMHP now offers online trainings; CE credits may be available.

FSP Supervisor Online Trainings Guide

View our overview/guide for our Online Trainings/Remote Learning for FSP Supervisors.

Join Our Listserv

Are you a psychiatrist or NP on an FSP or HOME team? Click below to join our listserv.

The Advocates Documentary

A sweeping look at LA’s homeless crisis through the eyes of the advocates who are stopping the epidemic.

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