HMIS will be unavailable on Friday, February 23rd, from 6PM to 10PM while a patch is applied to HMIS. We apologize for any inconvenience.
This patch only includes functionality changes for VASH and Street Outreach projects, respectively. Please see these Knowledge Base articles for details of the changes. VASH and Street Outreach Agency Administrators will receive an email with this same information.
211OC will host a FREE AIDS Sensitivity Training for all Orange County homeless service providers on Wednesday, November 1st. Representatives from the AIDS Services Foundation will conduct the training which will consist of a presentation and Q&A session.
Where? CASA Training Room (Upstairs) 1505 E 17th. St Santa Ana, CA
When? Wednesday, 11/01/17, from 2PM to 4PM.
We are hoping at least one representative from each of our agencies can attend this important training. We hope that it will help us serve this marginalized population better!
According to the National Coalition for the Homeless, HIV/AIDS and homelessness are intricately related. The costs of health care and medications for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) are often too high for people to keep up with. In addition, PLWHA are in danger of losing their jobs due to discrimination or as a result of frequent health-related absences. As a result, up to 50% of PLWHA in the United States are at risk of becoming homeless.
There is no need to RSVP for this event, please just show up ready to learn!
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) invites you to attend a panel discussion on how recovery happens even for people who have spent most of their lives without housing.
How can I reach someone who seems unaware that help is possible? How can I assist someone to set meaningful goals when they say that they have given up? If you have considered any of these questions then this webinar is for you! Our expert presenters will discuss:
- Motivational Interviewing and techniques to meet people where they are.
- How to apply harm reduction principles with Housing First through crisis housing.
- Housing individuals with active substance abuse and psychiatric conditions.
- Collaborations that can improve housing stability and whole health.
- How integrated health, behavioral health, and housing services using Housing First can improve a person’s housing stability and wellbeing.
Susan Pfefferle, Ph.D., from Abt Associates, will moderate presentations and discussion among:
- Pat Tucker, MBA, MA, Advocates for Human Potential
- Frances E. Isbell, MA, CEO, Healthcare for the Homeless Houston
- Cathy Crouch, Executive Vice President, SEARCH Housing Services
- Daniel Malone, MPH, Executive Director, Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC)
Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Time: 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM ET
This webinar is the third in HHRN’s Outreach and Engagement: Evidence-based Practices that Promote Recovery and Resilience.
Please be advised that the HMIS system will be unavailable on April 29th, 2017, from 10PM to 2AM PST while Patch 248 is being applied to HMIS. We apologize for any inconvenience.
How many adults (age 18 or over) are in the household?
Your clients’ Family Type is TWO PARENT.
Are there any children (under the age of 18) in the household?
How many adults (18 years old or older) are in the household?
Your clients’ Family Type is ADULTS NO CHILDREN.
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