HMMM-V

The HMMM-V is the Homeless Mobile Medical and Mental Health for Veterans. The HMMM-V vehicle is equipped and staffed to be able to bring much-needed primary health and mental health care and social services to this underserved population of Veterans, right into their own environments.  Another innovative feature of this program is that it will deliver patient-centered care to the unique and challenging environments of homeless settings.  There is no other mobile Veteran outreach program in the nation that does all of this.

This project is developing online vocational materials to be used by Veterans who are vulnerable to employment difficulties (e.g. rural Veterans, homeless Veterans, previously incarcerated Veterans). It is funded by VA's Rehabilitation Research and Development service and the Meadows Foundation.

For more information contact april.crawford@va.gov

 

About Face Online Program

Alina Suris, Ph.D.

VA North Texas Health Care System

Professor of Psychiatry, UTSW

 

Investigators:

 

James P. LePage, Ph.D.

Associate Chief of Staff, Research and Development

VA North Texas Health Care System

Associate Professor, Psychiatry, UTSW

 

The Dallas VA Research Corporation supports understanding the causes of homelessness and seeking solutions to this problem. Over the next several weeks this site will provide information about services available for homeless Veterans and describe how you can help our fight to end Veteran homelessness.

Homelessness

Bryon Adinoff, MD

Director of Mental Health Research

VA North Texas Health Care System

Professor of Psychiatry

Distinguished Professorship in Drug and Alcohol Abuse Research, UTSW

Dina Hooshyar, MD

Medical Director

Comprehensive Homeless Program

VA North Texas Health Care System

Assistant Professor, Psychiatry, UTSW