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The Next Step Tool is a version of the VI-SPDAT for youth and young adults aged 24 and younger.
The SPDAT, or Service-Prioritization-Decision-Assistance-Tool, is an evidence-informed approach to assessing the acuity of an individual’s or family’s homelessness.
The VI-SPDAT 2.0 is the common vulnerability assessment and prioritization tool.
This training discusses methods to strengthen the front lines of the fight against homelessness and reorganize, re-prioritize, and re-connect to strengthen efforts across the board. It goes over concepts of Rapid Re-Housing and Housing First Principles.
Age-specific programs and trauma sensitive services have been developed at both state-operated and private non-profit agencies throughout Connecticut to assist young adults diagnosed with major mental illnesses, neurocognitive disabilities and/or significant trauma with their successful transition into adulthood.
Providers of service to people experiencing homelessness are coordinating their efforts to end homelessness in communities across Connecticut by developing Coordinated Access Networks (CANs).
CCEH provides resources, training and technical assistance to improve relationships between family emergency shelter, transitional housing, domestic violence shelters, early care and education programs and other mainstream services.
Community-based initiatives that are driven by youth voice and that establish strong linkages between schools and community organizations have an important role to play in the effort to end youth homelessness.
Many housing programs require documentation for clients to be admitted into their program. Accelerating the pace of getting document ready moves clients into housing faster.
Housing First approach works to shift conversation from “What can we do to help you?” to “What can we do to get you housed?”