This open-access article outlines clinical guidelines for health and social service providers seeking to build relationships with Indigenous People experiencing homelessness. Key points include: In Canada, Indigenous people are 8 times more likely to be homeless than non-Indigenous people; and responses to Indigenous homelessness need to be led by Indigenous Peoples and grounded in Indigenous worldviews and practices.

Published by: Canadian Medical Association Journal

Publication Date: 2020

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