Critical Time Intervention/Rapid Re-housing Pilot
In February, 2017 Connecticut rapid re-housing providers embarked on a pilot to implement Critical Time Intervention (CTI) as a strategy to guide case management and prepare families and individuals for independence. Directed by the National Alliance to End Homelessness with key training and guidance from the Center for the Advancement of CTI (CACTI) at Hunter College, CUNY, this pilot program involves all DOH-funded rapid re-housing programs in the state.
Case Management Resource Documents
Rapid Re-Housing Pilot Study Critical Time Intervention Providers’ Frequently Asked Questions.
The CTI RRH Manual explains the purpose, goals and steps for implementing CTI RRH. You can use this as a basic guide for your work. At the end are several case examples that align with each phase of work and the potential challenges you many encounter. This document is a work in progress, and will be revised in the future to reflect what we learn throughout the implementation phase of this new intervention.
This document may be used to track caseloads. You may change this template to fit your organization’s needs, so long as the changes don’t alter the delivery of CTI RRH, as explained in the manual (above).
This document may be used to plan goals and activities for the three phases.
This PowerPoint was used in the initial case management training for the CTI RRH pilot, in February 2017.
This document helps track resources and emergency contacts for families and individuals.
This template may be used to case conference an extension of financial assistance beyond the original contracted time for rapid re-housing clients.
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Supervision Resource Documents
This PowerPoint was used in the initial CTI Supervisors’ training, held in February, 2017.
This template may be changed to fit your organization’s needs, so long as the changes don’t alter the delivery of CTI RRH, as explained in the manual (above).