Heartland Center for Systems Change is a program of Heartland Alliance Health and Heartland Alliance. We provide a range of training, consultations, and services focused on enhancing service delivery in social service organizations. Based upon principles supporting evidenced-based and culturally competent practices, HCSC specializes in developing distinctive training, curricula, and services for staff and providers in human care services.
CABHI programs are competitive grant programs, jointly funded by the SAMHSA Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS) and Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT). CABHI programs support state and local community efforts to provide behavioral health treatment and recovery-oriented services. These services are provided within a permanent supportive housing approach for people with:
- Substance use disorders
- Serious mental illness
- Serious emotional disturbance
- Co-occurring mental and substance use disorders
CABHI’s primary goal is to ensure that the most vulnerable people experiencing homelessness and chronic homelessness receive access to housing, treatment, and recovery support services. These people often include veterans, families, and youth.