Regis College Senior Honors Program
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
There are multiple barriers facing homeless populations in accessing healthcare. Groups such as veterans, those with mental illness, and those with multiple illnesses are at higher risk for homelessness, drug use, and facing barriers to accessing healthcare. This study explores the barriers that the homeless population experience, as well as drug usage and rates of mental illness among more vulnerable subgroups. This study is part of a vast body of work regarding these issues and contributes to both future research and possible policy changes on the subject.
Date of Award
© Morgan Potter
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Potter, Morgan, "Perceived Barriers to Accessing Healthcare As Experienced By the Participants of Project Homeless Connect 2012" (2013). Regis University Student Publications. 599.