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  • Utilization of Tribal HUD-VASH Reporting Tool for Grantees

    Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Event on 11/29/2018 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    The goal of this webinar is to inform Tribal HUD-VASH grantees about the required 50058 Reporting Tool and to provide instructions on how grantees should use it.

    The goal of this webinar is to inform Tribal HUD-VASH grantees about the required 50058 Reporting Tool and to provide instructions on how grantees should use it. 

    Iris Friday

    Acting Administrator

    NW Office of Native American Programs (OAPI)
    U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development   

    Kanitra Cobbs

    Grants Management Specialist

    Office of Native American Programs
    U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development   

  • Utilization of Tribal HUD-VASH Reporting Tool for ONAP Staff

    Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Event on 11/27/2018 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    The goal of this webinar is to inform HUD personnel about the new Tribal HUD-VASH 50058 reporting tool and how it will be utilized for the purposes of collecting program information. This webinar is for ONAP staff.

    The goal of this webinar is to inform HUD personnel about the new Tribal HUD-VASH 50058 reporting tool and how it will be utilized for the purposes of collecting program information. This webinar is for ONAP staff.

    Iris Friday

    Acting Administrator

    NW Office of Native American Programs (OAPI)
    U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development   

    Kanitra Cobbs

    Grants Management Specialist

    Office of Native American Programs
    U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development   

  • The Southern Conference on Homelessness and Housing (formerly Housing Works!)

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    The Southern Conference on Homelessness and Housing (formerly Housing Works!)

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    November 14-16, 2018

    Perdido Beach Resort

    27200 Perdido Beach Blvd

    Orange Beach, AL 36561

    The Southern Conference on Homelessness and Housing (formerly Housing Works!) is an opportunity for affordable housing developers and providers, supportive service providers, practitioners, social workers, elected officials, researchers, and those who have experienced housing instability or homelessness to come together to address the ongoing issues of poverty and the lack of safe, decent, and affordable housing in our region. This conference provides a venue for participants to collaborate with new partners in an effort to address these issues in their communities. The 2018 conference will highlight best practices to reduce and eliminate homelessness, as well as focus on the need for new affordable housing opportunities in the Southern region. 


    Type of Registration  Early Bird Starts NOW!      After September 30, 2018
    Standard$250$280
    Student$175$205
    One Day Attendance$200$230

    Group Rate (3 or more registrations from one organization

    should email: elizabeth@collaborative-solutions.net

    for the discount code)            

    $200$230

    Speaker (confirmed speakers will be issued

    a registration discount code)

    $125$155


    Questions? Email: elizabeth@collaborative-solutions.net

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    This year's conference will be held at:

    Perdido Beach Resort

    27200 Perdido Beach Blvd

    Orange Beach, AL 36561

    How to book your hotel room at the special conference group rate:

    Please call (800) 634-8001 and use the Booking ID: #15943 to receive the special group rate. Please identify yourself as a participant of Southern Conference on Homelessness and Housing.

    OR book online at https://www.perdidobeachresort.com/ 

    PLEASE NOTE: A credit card and first night's room and tax will be required to guarantee the reservation. Also, any special requests in regard to sleeping rooms are based on availability at time of arrival. 

    RESERVATION CUT-OFF DATE: The Perdido Beach Resort will accept reservations, provided there are available rooms within your contracted room block, until Monday, October 15, 2018, at which time any unreserved rooms will be released into general availability.

  • NAHC Presents...Housing & Health Equity: A Pathway to Ending HIV

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    A community discussion on ending HIV through a focus on housing, social justice, and health equity.


                                                                                                                             
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    12 Sixth Street South, Minneapolis, 
    Minnesota, 55402, USA 
    612-351-2554
    Click Here for Hotel Reservations: 
    The Group Rate Expires on Monday, October 1, 2018

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  • The Intersection of Housing Instability and Domestic Violence in the Rural Context

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    The Intersection of Housing Instability and Domestic Violence in the Rural Context

    This resource highlights the relationship between domestic violence (DV) and housing instability within the context of rural America.  It also highlights potential responses to address challenges associated with this intersection of issues.

  • The Peer Network Tools

    Contains 42 Component(s)

    The Peer Network is one of our TA delivery models in which each network serves as a supportive forum for beneficiaries to engage in shared learning, strategize overcoming local challenges, and gain confidence in advocacy efforts to change systems. The key elements of the Peer Network are affinity and flexibility.

    The Peer Network is one of our TA delivery models in which each network serves as a supportive forum for beneficiaries to engage in shared learning, strategize overcoming local challenges, and gain confidence in advocacy efforts to change systems. The key elements of the Peer Network are affinity and flexibility. Peer Networks may be formed around geography, populations, or special topic issues and challenges faced in a community. Participants have a common goal, purpose, and investment in the work. The result is rapport and trust within the group and a supportive environment conducive to learning and change. Moreover, the Peer Network approach allows for cross-peer learning. Lastly, the Peer Network creates an advocacy network. Joining together to discuss challenges and successes sheds light on the issues that affect participants and often paves the way for system-level change. The Peer Network provides a forum for beneficiaries to assess community and organizational need, build capacity, and develop innovative strategies to increase housing options connected to health in hard to serve rural communities.

  • 2018 CSH Summit Sessions

    Contains 5 Component(s)

    The CSH Summit expands the dialogue surrounding supportive housing and its measurable impact on improved healthcare, better outcomes in treating substance use disorders, addressing the needs of those leaving institutions and hospitals, keeping families together, and giving our veterans the dignity they deserve.

    Collaborative Solutions facilitated a rural track at the 2018 CSH Summit, June 5-7, 2018 in Los Angeles, CA.  The CSH Summit expands the dialogue surrounding supportive housing and its measurable impact on improved healthcare, better outcomes in treating substance use disorders, addressing the needs of those leaving institutions and hospitals, keeping families together, and giving our veterans the dignity they deserve.

  • HOPWA Formula Modernization: Updates from HUDs Office of HIV/AIDS Housing

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/12/2018

    Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) grantees, project sponsors, and stakeholders are invited to participate in this webinar to hear updates, including funding projections and upcoming technical assistance resources, related to the current status of HOPWA formula modernization. Key staff from the Office of HIV/AIDS Housing will discuss HUD's efforts to assist communities projected to experience losses or gains in funding to ensure the continued availability of housing assistance and supportive services for HOPWA-eligible households. Participants will learn more about HOPWA Modernization and what communities can do to start strategically planning for projected changes to HOPWA allocations. This webinar will be recorded and posted on the HOPWA Formula Modernization page on the HUD Exchange.

    Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) grantees, project sponsors, and stakeholders are invited to participate in this webinar to hear updates, including funding projections and upcoming technical assistance resources, related to the current status of HOPWA formula modernization. Key staff from the Office of HIV/AIDS Housing will discuss HUD's efforts to assist communities projected to experience losses or gains in funding to ensure the continued availability of housing assistance and supportive services for HOPWA-eligible households. Participants will learn more about HOPWA Modernization and what communities can do to start strategically planning for projected changes to HOPWA allocations. This webinar will be recorded and posted on the HOPWA Formula Modernization page on the HUD Exchange.

    Rita Flegel

    Director

    HUD’S Office of HIV/AIDS Housing

    Amy Palilonis

    Senior Program Specialist

    HUD’s Office of HIV/AIDS Housing

    Ben Ayers

    Supervisory Housing Specialist

    HUD’S Office of HIV/AIDS Housing

  • NCSWH Pre-Conference Institute (May 23, 2018): Trauma-Informed Care

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    NCSWH Pre-Conference Institute: Trauma-Informed Care

    30th Annual National Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS 

    Pre-Conference Institutes

    May 23, 2018, 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.       

    Topic: Trauma-Informed Care

    Cost: $75 (Pre-conference Registration Required)

    Trauma Informed Care is very theoretical; it is often difficult to discern what that means for daily work with clients/participants/patients. There is a lot of information about trauma in mainstream direct care work these days. Sifting through it to determine not only what is relevant but what to do about it can be difficult. Breaking the Trauma-Informed Care concepts down to practical do’s and don’ts are important to discerning what it all means for daily work with clients/participants/patients. Self-care for the provider is also important in providing trauma informed care.

    At the end of the workshop, learners will be able to…

    • Define the 4 R’s of Trauma Informed Care.
    • Identify at least 4 do’s & don’ts in their Trauma Informed Work with clients/participants/patients.
    • Describe at least 3 benefits of a Universal Precautionary approach to Trauma Informed Care.
    • Identify at least 1 thing they will do for better self-care.
    • Complete an Integration Plan toward implementing TIC do’s & don’ts or other information from the workshop.

    Knowledge, Competence, Performance Need: What do the learners need? 

    Learners need to understand that most people (direct care workers, as well as clients/participants/patients) have suffered trauma or moderate stress over a long period of time & that this suffering often informs the moment & impedes the work that needs to be done. Learners also need interpretation of the Trauma Informed Care concepts & practical skills in order to assist clients/participants/patients in managing the moment & maximizing success in programs & their lives.

    Scope of Practice: Who needs this education?

    • Social workers
    • Anyone working with clients/participants/patients who are stressed or who have been traumatized
    • Anyone supervising staff who work with clients/participants/patients who are stressed or who have been traumatized

    How will the education be facilitated?  Rationale for this format?

    Didactic, interactive presentation to provide Trauma Informed Care information in a short time-frame; solicitation of examples from the learners to make the topic relevant to their situations; Integration Plan to ensure the information can be integrated in ways that makes sense to the audience.

    Competencies Addressed

    • Patient Care and Procedural Skills that are compassionate, appropriate, and effective for the treatment of health problems and the promotion of health.
    • Interpersonal and Communication Skills that result in effective information exchange and teaming with patients, their families, and other health professionals.
    • Medical Knowledge about established and evolving biomedical, clinical and cognate (e.g., epidemiological and social behavioral) sciences and the application of this knowledge to patient care.
    • Professionalism, as manifested through a commitment to carryout professional responsibilities, adherence to ethical principles, and sensitivity to a diverse patient population.
    • Practice-Based Learning and Improvement that involves investigation and evaluation of their own patient care, appraisal and assimilation of scientific evidence, and improvement in patient care.
    • System-Based Practice, as manifested by actions that demonstrate an awareness of and responsiveness to the larger context and system for health care and the ability to effectively call on system resources to provide care that is of optimal value.

    Presenters: 

    • Melinda Marash, LCSW, Aspire Training and Consulting                                                                     
    • Marla Corwin, LCSW, CAC III, Retired Sr. Instructor, University of Colorado, Anschutz Campus

    Continuing Education Credit Hours: 3

    Collaborative Solutions, Inc. (ACE Approval #1548) is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) Program. Collaborative Solutions maintains responsibility for the program.  ASWB Approval Period:  5/16/2017 - 5/16/2018). Social workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval for continuing education credits. 

    Social Workers participating in this course will receive 3 clinical continuing education clock hours.

  • NCSWH Pre-Conference Institute (May 23, 2018): HOPWA Mini-Institute

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    NCSWH Pre-Conference Institute: Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA) Mini-Institute

    30th Annual National Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS 
    Pre-Conference Institutes
    May 23, 2018, 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.       
    Topic: Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA) Mini-Institute

    Cost: $75.00

    Housing has a key role in ending the HIV epidemic. The U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of HIV/AIDS Housing will ensure case managers have the same thorough understanding of the Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) program and its upcoming changes. The HOPWA Mini-Institute will focus on:

    • formula modernization, 
    • financial management, 
    • monitoring, 
    • indirect costs, 
    • rental assistance, 
    • supportive services,
    • and more!

    Presenters:

    • Rita Flegel, Director, HUD Office of HIV/AIDS Housing 
    • Amy Palilonis, Senior Program Specialist, HUD Office of HIV/AIDS Housing   

    Special Announcement: HOPWA Funds Approved by HUD for Conference Participation!