CE Answer Sheet: CE-2614

This Answer Sheet is for healthcare professionals to earn, free of charge, 5 hours credit of continuing education (CE) for the following course:

CE-2614 – Special Considerations in Working with the Homeless

You will find the course material by selecting the “Special Populations” courses link on the Breining Institute Online Continuing Education (CE) page

3 easy steps to earn 5 hours of CE credit:

  1. READ the free course material for this CE Course.
  2. ANSWER the Questions within this CE Answer Sheet form.
  3. Select the SUBMIT button after you have completed both sections of the Answer Sheet form.

After you submit and we receive the Answer Sheet, we will review your responses, and a CE Completion Certificate will then be emailed to you, typically within 5 business days.

Please complete this Answer Sheet form carefully and completely to insure you receive CE Credit

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This Answer Sheet form is divided into two sections:

1. Student information, and
2. CE Course Questions.

After we receive and review the Answer Sheet, a CE Completion Certificate will be emailed to you, typically within 5 business days.

Section 1: Student Information
If applicable, please identify professional healthcare license(s) and/or certification(s) that you currently hold, and include the name(s) of the agency or agencies.
If you have earned one or more internationally-awarded credentials from Breining Institute, please select which ones below (select all that apply):

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Section 2: Questions
Please carefully answer the following Questions for CE Credit.
There is no typical profile for persons experiencing homelessness. Which of the following information is presented in the material?
The Institute of Medicine divides substance abuse and mental health services into four broad categories, including all of the following, except:
There is no single definition of homelessness. Most Federal homelessness programs use the definition of a homeless individual provided by the McKinney-Vento Act, which is “an individual who lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence; and a person who has a nighttime residence” that may include which of the following:
Within its description of the factors contributing to homelessness, the material provides an example that Mares and Rosenheck found that veterans who are homeless report that three aspects of their service contributed to their homelessness, which include all of the following, except:
The material at the “How Do Communities Respond to Homelessness?” section suggests that an example of a candidate for transitional housing is all of the following, except:
How long have you been providing professional AOD/SUD counseling services, or have been in the healthcare profession?
If you are satisfied with your responses, please select the "Submit" button to submit your Answer Sheet. After we receive and review the Answer Sheet, a CE Completion Certificate will be emailed to you, typically within 5 business days. Thank you.
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