UPCOMING TRAINING

Boot Camp

Thursday, July 26, 20189:00 AM - 2:30 PM

Location: 300 S. Beach St
Provider: TCHC

Thursday, August 9, 20189:00 AM - 2:30 PM

Location: 300 S. Beach St
Provider: TCHC

Thursday, August 23, 20189:00 AM - 2:30 PM

Location: 300 S. Beach St
Provider: TCHC

Data Repair Workshop

Thursday, July 26, 20182:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Location: FWHS Computer Lab
Provider: TCHC

Thursday, August 9, 20182:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location: FWHS Computer Lab
Provider: TCHC

Thursday, August 23, 20182:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Location: FWHS Computer Lab
Provider: TCHC

Dating & Acquaintance Violence

Thursday, July 19, 201810:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Location: The Women's Center
Provider: The Women's Center

Documentation Training

Friday, July 20, 20182:00 PM - 4:00 PM


Provider: TCHC

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Monday, August 27, 20182:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Location: True Worth Place
Provider: TCHC

REGISTER NOW

ETO New User

Thursday, July 26, 20189:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: FWHS Computer Lab
Provider: TCHC

Thursday, August 9, 20189:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: FWHS Computer Lab
Provider: TCHC

Thursday, August 23, 20189:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: FWHS Computer Lab
Provider: TCHC

Eviction and Prevention Planning

Wednesday, July 18, 201810:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Location: TBD
Provider: Ted Lovato Sam House

General Meeting

Tuesday, July 17, 201812:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Location: Arlingtion Sub-Courthouse
Provider: Community Court Initiative

Tuesday, August 21, 201812:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Location: Broadway
Provider: HIV 101

Partner Portal Training

Friday, July 27, 20181:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Location: Central Workforce Center
Provider: Kay Gollihugh

Tuesday, August 21, 20189:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Location: TBD
Provider: Kay Gollihugh

WIOA

Tuesday, August 28, 20189:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Location: Catholic Charities FT Worth
Provider: Kay Gollihugh

ONGOING TRAINING

HMIS NEW USER TRAINING

This training is for anyone who is entering data into our system. New users must attend beforeĀ  they can begin using ETO and all users must attend a yearly refresher training. If you have new staff coming on who will be entering into ETO, feel free to sign them up as soon as you know who they are.

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DATA REPAIR WORKSHOP

Data Repair workshops are offered to help agencies and users correct data errors, which ensures accurate reporting for
your program and for the Continuum. These workshops are “come and go” but make sure to reserve your spot.

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CASE MANAGER BOOT CAMP

Case Manager Boot Camp is an incredibly valuable training for anyone who wants to learn more about homeless services in our community. Attendees learn about what the Continuum of Care is, how it functions, important systems we work with, best practices in case management, a walking tour of the Lancaster area, and otherĀ  useful services available to those experiencing homelessness.

Interested in scheduling Boot Camp for your group? We offer this training for small groups (10-12) outside of the regularly scheduled times. Email Shannon Barnes (shannon@ahomewithhope.org) for more information.

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UPCOMING GENERAL MEETING TOPICS

General Meetings are open to the public and held the third Tuesday of each month; meetings cover various topics relevant to direct homeless services providers.

TRAINING ARCHIVE

DIVERSION TRAINING

Presented by Org Code

If you weren’t able to sit in on Org Code’s Diversion training, take a few minutes to review the info. Our community is looking at how we can incorporate diversion throughout someone’s experience of homelessness to connect them with resources and supports. Click below to review the training and to read more about progressive engagement.

How Diversion can Help your Community End Homelessness
Progressive Engagement and Coordinated Entry

HOME BASE TRAINING

Presented by Carla Storey

WATCH HERE

BEST PRACTICES - JUNE 14, 2017

Presented by Ken Kraybill of t3

Participants learned what it takes to successfully implement a best practice in their work with people experiencing
homelessness. Topics covered include:

  • Elements of the mindset and heart-set
  • Trauma-informed practice
  • Critical Time Intervention
  • Motivational interviewing
  • The benefits of integrating peer support

Training Materials Here

TRAUMA INFORMED CARE- JUNE 29, 2017

Presented by Seanna Crosbie, LCSW

Participants in this interactive and engaging all-day workshop were provided withspecific intervention skills to assistthose who have experienced trauma. Attendees learned about the four areas of trauma work which include: recognition(of trauma and trauma systems), (self-) reflection, (self) regulation and redirection, along with the six core values oftrauma-informed work. After this training participant should have a better understanding of the connection betweenhomeless and trauma.

Training Materials Here

HOUSING FIRST- JULY 20, 2017

Presented by CSH

Recognized as a proven response to the problem of homelessness, the Housing First approach is a recovery-orientedapproach to ending homelessness that centers on quickly moving people experiencing homelessness into independentand permanent housing, followed by provision of additional supports and services as needed. This training will helpservice providers have a more thorough understanding of what Housing First is and how to effectively implement it withclients served in our community.

Training Materials Here

CULTURAL COMPETENCY- AUGUST 10, 2017

Presented by Sandra Lopez, LCSW, ACSW, DCSW

This training helps practitioners develop an understanding of culture, how it impacts service delivery, and identifyspecific strategies for promoting cultural competence with clients served, with a focus on those persons who are experiencing homelessness.

Training Materials Here

MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID- SEPTEMBER 6, 2017

Presented by Health and Human Services Commission

This training introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental illnesses, builds understanding of theirimpact, and overviews common supports. Anyone interested in learning more should contact TCHC to request materials

CRITICAL TIME INTERVENTION-SEPTEMBER 20-21, 2017

Presented by CUCS Institute

Critical Time Intervention is an evidence-based practice designed to prevent recurrent homelessness, recidivism, andother adverse outcomes during the period following placement into housing from shelters, hospitals and otherinstitutions. This training includes an overview of CTI and reviews the specific treatment areas and how to implementthem into your practice. Contact TCHC to request materials

EMERGENCY SHELTER LEARNING SERIES

Presented by CUCS Institute

This training helps practitioners develop an understanding of culture, how it impacts service delivery, and identifyspecific strategies for promoting cultural competence with clients served, with a focus on those persons who areexperiencing homelessness.

Offered online by National Alliance to End Homelessness

Click here to access the training in its entirety or view individual sections below.