• Addressing Homelessness in Vermont: Using Data to Make a Difference

    January 4th, 2017

    We continue to read stories across the country describing individuals experiencing homelessness and the complex behavioral health issues which often accompany those without stable permanent housing. We also hear stories of success coming out of states like Florida, which recently reported its largest homeless decrease in a one-year period. As we gather with family and […]

  • What Now? Post-Election Resources for the Behavioral Health Community

    January 4th, 2017

    by Ivy Raff, Implementation Consultant, Foothold Technology December 13, 2016 As a long-time ally of the behavioral health provider community, our thoughts quickly turned to our agency partners as the presidential election results became final. The incoming administration has promised large changes to federal human services spending. While the scope and timelines aren’t yet clear, […]

  • Recovery at the Crossroads

    January 4th, 2017

    Guest blogger, Harvey Rosenthal Executive Director, New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services (NYAPRS) Our mental health system and community are currently engaged in a period of unprecedented change of such scope and speed that it has raised critical questions about the future of our recovery, rehabilitation and rights movement. Will the enhanced focus on […]

  • Protecting Personal Data and Protected Health Information (PHI) In a Virtual World

    January 4th, 2017

    As we manage more aspects of our lives online – from email to shopping to banking and social media – it’s more important than ever to protect our personal data. This couldn’t be more true than when it comes to Protected Health Information (PHI). At Foothold Technology, we take every precaution and comprehensive measure to […]