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Access to Care for People Experiencing Homelessness

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Coordinating Access to Care for People Experiencing Homelessness (CATCH-FI)

Coordinating Access to Care for the Homeless (CATCH) initiative is a multidisciplinary brief intervention for homeless adults with mental health needs discharged from hospital in Toronto, Canada. The study aims to evaluate the effect of financial incentives in facilitating treatment engagement of homeless people with mental illness, as well as in improving health, health service use and housing outcomes, compared to usual CATCH care, over 6 months, a critical time of transition from hospital to community care.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
Recruiting patients only common.study.methods.is-healthy-yes

Financial Incentive

Financial incentive for maintaining contact with CATCH service providers.

Behavioral - CATCH

Brief, intensive case management service.

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Coordinating Access to Care for People Experiencing Homelessness: The Role and Impact of Financial Incentives

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NCT03770221

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