Did you miss out on our spring Rapid Rehousing Training Series? CCEH is pleased to welcome back Kay Moshier McDivitt of the National Alliance to End Homelessness back to Connecticut for rapid rehousing training. On Tuesday, December 16, Kay will present a repeat of her spring training entitled Core Skills in Rapid Rehousing for those who were not able to participate. Training will be held at the United Way of Greater New Haven, 370 James Street, New Haven.
Connecticut Joins Zero:2016 Effort to End Chronic, Veteran Homelessness
The Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness and the Partnership for Strong Communities are excited to announce that Connecticut has been selected, along with 68 other U.S. jurisdictions, to participate in Zero: 2016, a national technical assistance effort to end Veteran and chronic homelessness in the next two years. Connecticut will work to accelerate our housing efforts through four focus areas: closing the research-to-practice gap, real-time data and performance management, local systems redesign, and local team and leadership development. Community Solutions will provide hands-on coaching and data tools, and will establish a national peer-to-peer learning network to accelerate innovation across communities.
Kristen Granatek, CCEH Manager of Technical Assistance and Program Services, will offer a training for CAN representatives (duty services coordinators, CAN leadership, etc) on the use of the Diversion tool and VI-SPDAT during the CAN intake appointments. Kristen will provide an overview of Coordinated Access at the statewide and local levels, then review each tool. This interactive session includes time for discussion and role plays to practice the tools.