Diversion Training

This course will help you understand the basics of Diversion: what it is, when to use it and why. We will also discuss the mindset of diversion, the impact of a crisis, how to approach the situation and review the 9 steps to effective diversion.

For more information contact Jenny Finley

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Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence is defined as the ability to manage emotions effectively and interpret messages correctly.
In this webinar, you’ll learn tips and strategies for increasing your self-awareness, enhancing your communication, and unleashing your success.  It’s not just about what you say, but HOW you say it. That’s where EI can really help you!
​​​​​​​(The webinar will be recorded if you cannot attend LIVE)

Contact:  Jenny Finley

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Addressing Care Partner Self-Care and Burnout

Presenters:
Jamie Cobb, CAEd, Vice President of Dementia & Caregiving Education -James L. West
Center for Dementia Care
and/or
Hollie Glover, MA, LPC, NCC, Director of Education and Family Support Services -James
L. West Center for Dementia Care

Contact:  Jenny Finley

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Documentation Training

This training covers how to document homelessness and disability for CoC participants. We discuss chronicity, HUD definition of homelessness, third-party letters, verification of disability, Rapid Rehousing, Permanent Supportive Housing, and self-affidavits.

For more information contact:  Jenny Finley

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Drug Trends

The latest information regarding Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) in Tarrant County.  It includes information on the behavioral effects of substance use disorders, reviews prevalence of illicit substances currently being used in Tarrant county; dispels myths regarding legal and illegal drugs of abuse, and explores risks associated with heavy use.

For more information, contact:  Jenny Finley

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Street Outreach Training

Because outreach happens in non-traditional settings with people who often have complex needs, outreach workers face challenges that require special skills to do their job well. These are guidelines for how programs can operate to have the best chance of ending homelessness.

For more information contact JENNY FINLEY

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Diversion Training

This course will help you understand the basics of Diversion: what it is, when to use it and why. We will also discuss the mindset of diversion, the impact of a crisis, how to approach the situation and review the 9 steps to effective diversion.

Contact:

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Diversion Training

This course will help you understand the basics of Diversion: what it is, when to use it and why. We will also discuss the mindset of diversion, the impact of a crisis, how to approach the situation and review the 9 steps to effective diversion.

Contact:  Jenny Finley

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Diversion Training

This course will help you understand the basics of Diversion: what it is, when to use it and why. We will also discuss the mindset of diversion, the impact of a crisis, how to approach the situation and review the 9 steps to effective diversion.

Contact:  JENNY FINLEY

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Advancing Equity and Impact Series: Housing Navigation and Landlord Engagement – Framework for an Equitable COVID-19 Homelessness Response Team

The Framework for an Equitable COVID-19 Homelessness Response project aims to provide resources and tools to guide communities in their decision-making for the equitable use of ESG-CV, Emergency Housing Vouchers, Emergency Rental Assistance and HOME/Homeless Assistance funds. Together, these resources can provide communities with the opportunity to implement a comprehensive approach to safe shelter, outreach, prevention and affordable/supportive housing.

To support these efforts, we are launching a webinar series on American Rescue Plan implementation called Advancing Equity and Impact. This four-part series will provide communities with the information and tools they need to use a wide range of federal funding sources strategically to meet public health goals, increase housing stability, and prevent future increases in homelessness, all with a racial justice and equity lens.

Contact:  Jenny Finley

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