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Abstinence-based treatment models have been ineffective for the chronically homeless population suffering from alcohol use disorder. Recently, harm reduction approaches have become increasingly popular among the homeless population. Commonly known approaches that follow a harm reduction model are needle exchange programs and housing first. In this paper, I reviewed four harm reduction approaches; managed alcohol programs, housing first, naltrexone, and motivational interviewing. Specifically,doi:10.15786/14593860.v1 fatcat:a5qonmx24rgl7epdwsbcg772mi