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Harmony Rhoades, PhD

TitleResearch Associate Professor, Dept. of Adult Mental Health and Wellness
InstitutionUniversity of Southern California
DepartmentSocial Work
Phone+1 213 821 3645
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    NIH Loan Repayment Program2011  - 2014Health Disparities Research
    2010Mark Etzel Young Investigator Award
    UCLA 2006  - 2010Predoctoral Trainee
    UCLA2003  - 2004First-Year Elected Representative
    UCSD Undergraduate Research Conference2003Research Scholar
    2001  - 2003Golden Key International Honour Society
    1999  - 2003Ford Family Foundation Scholar

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    Harmony Rhoades joined the USC School of Social Work as a postdoctoral research associate in 2010. She was previously a pre-doctoral trainee in the UCLA Service Systems for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS Research Training Program. Although her primary research centers on homelessness and HIV/AIDS risk behavior, her research interests also include the intersection of numerous social and biological factors that may influence health outcomes, including features of the environment, culture, gender, sexuality and reproduction.

    Rhoades is an active collaborator with prominent School of Social Work faculty dedicated to understanding and ending homelessness. As a postdoctoral researcher, she worked with Professor Suzanne Wenzel on research examining HIV risk behavior and mental health among homeless men in Los Angeles' Skid Row area. She is currently the project director of an NIMH-funded longitudinal research project led by Assistant Professor Eric Rice examining the social networks and risk behavior of homeless youth in Los Angeles. Rhoades is also a co-investigator with Wenzel and Rice on a pilot study of social network and risk behavior change among homeless persons transitioning into permanent supportive housing programs.


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    1. Goldbach JT, Rhoades H, Green D, Fulginiti A, Marshal MP. Is There a Need for LGBT-Specific Suicide Crisis Services? Crisis. 2018 Aug 15; 1-6. PMID: 30109965.
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    2. Rhoades H, La Motte-Kerr W, Duan L, Woo D, Rice E, Henwood B, Harris T, Wenzel SL. Social networks and substance use after transitioning into permanentsupportive housing. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2018 Jul 29; 191:63-69. PMID: 30086424.
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    3. Henwood BF, Lahey J, Harris T, Rhoades H, Wenzel SL. Understanding Risk Environments in Permanent Supportive Housing for Formerly Homeless Adults. Qual Health Res. 2018 Jul 01; 1049732318785355. PMID: 29972082.
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    4. Harris T, Winetrobe H, Rhoades H, Castro CA, Wenzel S. Moving Beyond Housing: Service Implications for Veterans Entering Permanent Supportive Housing. Clin Soc Work J. 2018 Jun; 46(2):130-144. PMID: 30416223.
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    5. Rhoades H, Rusow JA, Bond D, Lanteigne A, Fulginiti A, Goldbach JT. Homelessness, Mental Health and Suicidality Among LGBTQ Youth Accessing Crisis Services. Child Psychiatry Hum Dev. 2018 Jan 10. PMID: 29322361.
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    6. Henwood BF, Harris T, Woo D, Winetrobe H, Rhoades H, Wenzel SL. Availability of comprehensive services in permanent supportive housing in Los Angeles. Health Soc Care Community. 2018 Mar; 26(2):207-213. PMID: 28984074.
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    7. Petering R, Rhoades H, Winetrobe H, Dent D, Rice E. Violence, Trauma, Mental Health, and Substance Use Among Homeless Youth Juggalos. Child Psychiatry Hum Dev. 2017 08; 48(4):642-650. PMID: 27796624.
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    8. Henwood BF, Lahey J, Rhoades H, Winetrobe H, Wenzel SL. Examining the health status of homeless adults entering permanent supportive housing. J Public Health (Oxf). 2017 Jun 17; 1-4. PMID: 28633500.
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    9. Wenzel SL, Henwood B, Harris T, Winetrobe H, Rhoades H. Provider perceptions on HIV risk and prevention services within permanent supportive housing. AIDS Care. 2017 Oct; 29(10):1331-1335. PMID: 28532198.
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    10. Harris T, Rice E, Rhoades H, Winetrobe H, Wenzel S. Gender Differences in the Path From Sexual Victimization to HIV Risk Behavior Among Homeless Youth. J Child Sex Abus. 2017 Apr; 26(3):334-351. PMID: 28471336.
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    11. Winetrobe H, Wenzel S, Rhoades H, Henwood B, Rice E, Harris T. Differences in Health and Social Support between Homeless Men and Women Entering Permanent Supportive Housing. Womens Health Issues. 2017 May - Jun; 27(3):286-293. PMID: 28153741.
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    12. Craddock JB, Rice E, Rhoades H, Winetrobe H. Are Parental Relationships Always Protective? A Social Network Analysis of Black, Latino, and White Homeless Youth and Sexual Risk-Taking Behaviors. Prev Sci. 2016 11; 17(8):914-924. PMID: 27438297.
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    13. Wenzel SL, Rhoades H, Harris T, Winetrobe H, Rice E, Henwood B. Risk behavior and access to HIV/AIDS prevention services in a community sample of homeless persons entering permanent supportive housing. AIDS Care. 2017 May; 29(5):570-574. PMID: 27654072.
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    14. Fulginiti A, Rice E, Hsu HT, Rhoades H, Winetrobe H. Risky Integration. Crisis. 2016 May; 37(3):184-93. PMID: 27040128.
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    15. Rice E, Petering R, Rhoades H, Barman-Adhikari A, Winetrobe H, Plant A, Montoya J, Kordic T. Homelessness and Sexual Identity Among Middle School Students. J Sch Health. 2015 Aug; 85(8):552-7. PMID: 26149311.
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    16. Petering R, Rhoades H, Rice E, Yoshioka-Maxwell A. Bidirectional Intimate Partner Violence and Drug Use Among Homeless Youth. J Interpers Violence. 2015 Jul 10. PMID: 26163542.
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    17. Rhoades H, Winetrobe H, Rice E. Pet ownership among homeless youth: associations with mental health, service utilization and housing status. Child Psychiatry Hum Dev. 2015 Apr; 46(2):237-44. PMID: 24728815; PMCID: PMC4194276.
    18. Yoshioka-Maxwell A, Rice E, Rhoades H, Winetrobe H. Methamphetamine Use among Homeless Former Foster Youth: The Mediating Role of Social Networks. J Alcohol Drug Depend. 2015 Apr; 3(2). PMID: 26146647.
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    19. Lim C, Rice E, Rhoades H. Depressive Symptoms and their Association With Adverse Environmental Factors and Substance Use in Runaway and Homeless Youths. J Res Adolesc. 2016 Sep; 26(3):403-417. PMID: 27616870.
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    20. Rice E, Petering R, Rhoades H, Winetrobe H, Goldbach J, Plant A, Montoya J, Kordic T. Cyberbullying perpetration and victimization among middle-school students. Am J Public Health. 2015 Mar; 105(3):e66-72. PMID: 25602905.
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    21. Rice E, Gibbs J, Winetrobe H, Rhoades H, Plant A, Montoya J, Kordic T. Sexting and sexual behavior among middle school students. Pediatrics. 2014 Jul; 134(1):e21-8. PMID: 24982103.
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    22. Rhoades H, Wenzel SL, Golinelli D, Tucker JS, Kennedy DP, Ewing B. Predisposing, enabling and need correlates of mental health treatment utilization among homeless men. Community Ment Health J. 2014 Nov; 50(8):943-52. PMID: 24595594; PMCID: PMC4864028.
    23. Rhoades H, Winetrobe H, Rice E. Prescription drug misuse among homeless youth. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2014 May 01; 138:229-33. PMID: 24613220; PMCID: PMC4029497.
    24. Petering R, Rice E, Rhoades H, Winetrobe H. The Social Networks of Homeless Youth Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence. J Interpers Violence. 2014 Aug; 29(12):2172-2191. PMID: 24421071.
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    25. Rice E, Rhoades H. How should network-based prevention for homeless youth be implemented? Addiction. 2013 Sep; 108(9):1625-6. PMID: 23947732; PMCID: PMC4491913.
    26. Rice E, Barman-Adhikari A, Rhoades H, Winetrobe H, Fulginiti A, Astor R, Montoya J, Plant A, Kordic T. Homelessness experiences, sexual orientation, and sexual risk taking among high school students in Los Angeles. J Adolesc Health. 2013 Jun; 52(6):773-8. PMID: 23360897.
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    27. Rhoades H, Wenzel SL. Correlates of prescription drug misuse among heterosexually active homeless men. Subst Abus. 2013; 34(2):143-9. PMID: 23577908.
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    28. Wenzel SL, Rhoades H, Hsu HT, Golinelli D, Tucker JS, Kennedy DP, Green HD, Ewing B. Behavioral health and social normative influence: correlates of concurrent sexual partnering among heterosexually-active homeless men. AIDS Behav. 2012 Oct; 16(7):2042-50. PMID: 22001933; PMCID: PMC3315612.
    29. Rice E, Rhoades H, Winetrobe H, Sanchez M, Montoya J, Plant A, Kordic T. Sexually explicit cell phone messaging associated with sexual risk among adolescents. Pediatrics. 2012 Oct; 130(4):667-73. PMID: 22987882; PMCID: PMC3457617.
    30. Wenzel SL, Rhoades H, Tucker JS, Golinelli D, Kennedy DP, Zhou A, Ewing B. HIV risk behavior and access to services: what predicts HIV testing among heterosexually active homeless men? AIDS Educ Prev. 2012 Jun; 24(3):270-9. PMID: 22676465; PMCID: PMC3623941.
    31. Rhoades H, Wenzel SL, Golinelli D, Tucker JS, Kennedy DP, Green HD, Zhou A. The social context of homeless men's substance use. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2011 Nov 01; 118(2-3):320-5. PMID: 21601380; PMCID: PMC3177996.
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