UW Medicine Regional Burn Center (UWMRBC) is home to Northwest Regional Burn Model System (NWRBMS). UWMRBC provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary care and rehabilitation to people with burn injury. The goal of NWRBMS is to deliver person-centered services and perform research that improves physical function, psychosocial health, community participation, financial well-being, and employment choices after burn injury. In partnership with people with burn injury, Seattle Medical Respite Program, King County Healthcare for the Homeless Network, BMS Project Directors, and Model System Knowledge Translation Center, our objectives are to: BMS DRRP Priority A) enroll =50 adult/child participants into the BMS database and coordinate ongoing genomics module; B) increase representation of people experiencing homeless (PEH) after burn injury into NWRBMS activities; C) improve access to vocational rehabilitation (VR) services by better defining risk of complicated return-to-work (RTW) and more strategically allocating limited VR resources; D) increase racial/ethnic representation in BMS activities in multiple domains; E) collaborate with MSKTC and continue to lead the BMS KT Committee; and F) advance NWRBMS participatory action research practices from collaboration to shared leadership with people with burn injury. Anticipated outcomes include: 1) BMS database with better representation from PEH and racial/ethnic minorities; 2) best practices for engaging PEH in longitudinal research and rehabilitation; 3) a peer navigator program for PEH; and 4) clinically useful RTW risk screening tool to inform intensity of VR needs. In addition, our expected products include an implementation toolkit to facilitate best practices for PEH engagement in longitudinal programming, VR service delivery guidelines for burn centers, publications, presentations, factsheets (8 additional languages), podcast, website/social media content, infocomics and infographics.