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  • Housing Workshop Flyer

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Housing Workshop Flyer

    Housing Workshop Flyer

  • Housing Workshop Resources

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Through the Rural Supportive Housing Initiative, Collaborative Solutions is pleased to provide three training opportunities designed to address landlord engagement and eviction prevention strategies that help vulnerable clients find and keep safe, stable, and affordable homes in your rural area.

    Engaged and Informed: Keys to Successful Landlord Engagement and Eviction Prevention in Rural Communities

    Market rate units are getting harder to secure for vulnerable clients. This workshop will be tailored to service providers, advocates, and housing locators who are interacting with landlords, both making the sell and sustaining units when relationships are challenged. Participants will practice interactions with landlords, including presentations to landlord groups, to ensure messaging is strong, ingrained in the pitch, and framed effectively to get landlords to say yes and house your clients. 

    Coordinated Entry: Best Practices to Plan and Implement a Rural Coordinated Entry System

    In January 2018,  The federal government established a coordinated entry system (CES). Many rural communities are struggling with how to plan and implement a CES across a wide geographic area with few service providers. This workshop will guide communities through the initial design and planning for a CES, and offer recommendations on best practices from other rural communities. Through this workshop communities will produce a CES checklist of next steps.

    Housing-based Case Management: Prioritizing Affordable Housing Provision for Clients

    Many service providers have been trained to provide clinical, medically-focused supportive services for clients. It is our belief that housing is the foundation for stability and providers must be trained to understand and prioritize the affordable housing needs of clients to better help them achieve housing stability. This workshop provides essential tools and training to teach providers how to prioritize
    housing and includes key concepts such as low barrier program design, landlord engagement, and eviction prevention. 

  • Messaging Matters Part I

    Contains 5 Component(s)

    Messaging Matters Webinar and Resources

    Messaging Matters Webinar and Resources

  • HOPWA Modernization: What Communities Need to Know

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/17/2017

    HOPWA grantees, providers, and stakeholders are invited to participate in this webinar to hear about the current status of HOPWA formula modernization. Key staff from the Office of HIV/AIDS Housing will discuss HUD’s work toward ensuring communities are prepared for potential funding shifts based on the law that recently updated HOPWA’s formula calculation for the first time in 25 years.

    HOPWA grantees, providers, and stakeholders are invited to participate in this webinar to hear about the current status of HOPWA formula modernization. Key staff from the Office of HIV/AIDS Housing will discuss HUD’s work toward ensuring communities are prepared for potential funding shifts based on the law that recently updated HOPWA’s formula calculation for the first time in 25 years. 

    Rita Flegel

    Director

    HUD’S Office of HIV/AIDS Housing

    Amy Palilonis

    Senior Program Specialist

    HUD’s Office of HIV/AIDS Housing

  • HUD VASH PSA

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Public Service Announcements for Tribal HUD VASH.

    Public Service Announcements for Tribal HUD VASH.

  • NAHC Resources

    Contains 3 Component(s)

    Ensuring that persons living with HIV/AIDS have quality, affordable, and appropriate housing.

    The National AIDS Housing Coalition (NAHC) works to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic by ensuring that persons living with HIV/AIDS have quality, affordable and appropriate housing.

    Its coalition of national and community-based organizations and individuals provides strong advocacy, representation, and training for thousands of consumers, community leaders, and social service/health providers. 

  • 2017 CSH Summit Sessions

    Contains 4 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 2017 CSH Summit, May 24-26, 2017 in Denver, CO. 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.

  • 2016 CSH Summit Sessions

    Contains 4 Component(s)

    This training opportunity helped address the unique challenges of developing affordable supportive housing in rural communities and focused on best practices designed to positively impact some of our nation's most vulnerable populations.

    As a part of the 2016 CSH Summit (June 8-10, 2016) in the windy city of Chicago, IL, Collaborative Solutions facilitated a rural supportive housing track for community leaders across the nation.  This training opportunity helped address the unique challenges of developing affordable supportive housing in rural communities and focused on best practices designed to positively impact some of our nation's most vulnerable populations. 

  • NCSWH 2018 Non-Profit Exhibitor

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Nonprofit Exhibitor

    We invite you to participate in this exciting National Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS by becoming an exhibitor for your organization. Prominently display your materials and products and enjoy valuable one-on-one time with conference attendees on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of the conference.

    Our exhibitor hall allows for maximum exposure and return on your investment. Come share your innovations and promising practices with over 500 social workers and providers. Spaces are limited so sign up today!

    Price: $500

    Non-profit Exhibitor Receive:

    • Exhibit Booth (1 table and 2 chairs included)
    • One Complimentary Registration
  • NCSWH 2018 Business/Corporate Exhibitor

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Business/Corporate Exhibit

    We invite you to participate in this exciting Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS by becoming an exhibitor for your organization. Prominently display your materials and products and enjoy valuable one-on-one time with conference attendees on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of the conference.

    Our exhibitor hall allows for maximum exposure and return on your investment. Come share your innovations and promising practices with over 500 social workers and providers. Spaces are limited so sign up today!

    Price: $800

    Business/Corporate Exhibitor Receive:

    • Exhibit Booth (includes one table and 2 chairs)
    • One Complimentary Registration (Your company may choose to use this registration or use it as a gift to a non-profit organization of your choice)