Patients-to-Policy Learning Collaborative Part 2: Applying the MLP approach to Housing for Patients with Complex Needs

Thursday, February 4, 2021

By The National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership

The second part of the Patients-to-Policy Learning Collaborative was moderated by Ashley Maddison, JD, Equal Justice Works Fellow at Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers. She discussed patients with complex care needs who also encounter housing crisis and shared MLP strategies that can be adapted to various MLPs’ individual communities to address this issue, specifically in the area of fines and fees. Outstanding fines and fees and municipal matters are often hidden barriers to finding and maintaining stable housing. The session was followed by a brief Q&A with the moderator.

Watch the recording below, or click the link above to download the slides.

Click here for information about the entire 4-part series.