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October 2019

What’s Your ID IQ?

October 22 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

CCEH has partnered up with the Center for Children's Advocacy to provide helpful tips for providers working with people to obtain identification for their clients, whether it be a Department of Motor Vehicles ID, a replacement birth certificate, or social security card. We'll also discuss obtaining IDs for specific populations like people in re-entry, unaccompanied homeless youth, and more. Register Here

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Motivational Interviewing Two-day Intensive

October 24 @ 9:30 am - October 25 @ 4:30 pm

These two days of fast paced interactive learning will provide you with foundational knowledge and skills to use Motivational Interviewing (MI) with your clients. Across a broad range of care settings, being able to successfully engage and harness clients own motivations for making important life changes are key elements for success. The most efficient way to understand the dynamics of the MI model, and to develop competency, is through practice -- learning by doing. Through a series of structured learning…

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Rapid Re-Housing Crash Course

October 30 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

This crash course training will cover the philosophy of rapid re-housing, and fundamentals including, housing navigation, understanding rapid re-housing forms, connecting to employment services, housing stability, and more. Join us for this 3-hour intensive. Register Here

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November 2019

Safe and Fair Housing for People with Disabilities

November 20 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

People with disabilities can encounter a number of barriers when experiencing homelessness and seeking permanent housing, including discrimination, housing/shelter within limited accessibility, and more. This training will address common barriers faced by this group as well as ways housing and homelessness providers and programs can address them. Additionally, attendees will learn cultural competencies in working with people with disabilities as well as rights and protections for this protected class. We are proud to be joined by the Connecticut Fair Housing…

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Shelter Diversion training

November 21 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Shelter Diversion¬†is a strategy that prevents homelessness at the front door by helping people identify immediate, alternative housing arrangements to shelter and, if necessary, connecting them with services and financial assistance to help them return to permanent housing. Diversion programs can reduce the number of households becoming homeless, the demand for shelter beds, and the size of program wait lists.¬†This 101 training will introduce shelter diversion techniques that anyone working with someone experiencing a housing crisis can utilize to help…

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