Homelessness and mental illness: the At Home study on film

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Homelessness and mental illness: the At Home study on film

Toronto, November 14, 2013

By Dr. Stephen Hwang

Dr. Stephen Hwang
Dr. Stephen Hwang, staff physician, Division of General Internal Medicine

The At Home study -- a radical experiment to end homelessness among Canadians with mental illness -- comes alive on an interactive video website created by the National Film Board. Short films tell the stories of some of the thousands of people whose lives were changed by this project. This site provides a glimpse into the world of a research project that is like no other: athome.nfb.ca.

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