The mission of the South L.A. Homeless TAY and Foster Care Collaborative is to prevent and end youth homelessness in the South Los Angeles region.

Access to Health Services Survey

For agencies serving homeless youth and Transition Age Youth( TAY) in South Los Angeles 

Access to health services is a critical component of effectively serving the needs of homeless TAY and youth.  Policies and practices in health services that  can have a positive or negative impact on housing stability.  In partnership with Community Health Councils (CHC), USC is conducting a study on health access and we are asking agencies who serve TAY and/or homeless youth to complete the survey.  Questions in this survey are  compiled in an effort to further understand how current policy and practices influence homeless TAY healthcare accessibility in South Los Angeles. Understanding the landscape of current services will help inform both limitations and strengths of services and illustrate the full impact of policy. We ask you share your knowledge and experience and help direct our research.
 
Please complete the survey between March 17- 22, 2017. Click here to directly link to the survey tool. Thank you for your time. If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected]

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