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**ALL-NEW COURSE!** Rapid Re-Housing: An Introduction: check it out below!

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Supercharge your outreach through community partnerships. Persons living unsheltered are especially vulnerable. Learn how to reach them, build a system-level strategy, and get some partners. Courses in this series cover: Strategies for outreach staff to build strong connections with people experiencing homelessness Strategies for recruiting partners from outside the homeless response system Coordinating across the system to ensure clients have good outcomes   This course is intended for staff, managers, and directors in homeless outreach programs. Read more

People of color are disproportionately impacted by homelessness. Learn why and what we can do about it. Courses in the learning series cover the historical and structural causes of racial disparities in homelessness to examining the data on racial disparities to taking action to address those disparities. And while the content varies across courses, the Learning Series as a whole is designed to help you better understand how all of the pieces of the puzzle fit together to build a more equitable response to homelessness across communities. This course is intended for homeless services providers or staff in related fields, such as healthcare, criminal justice, recovery, disaster response, child welfare, government, and many others, or for anyone who'd like to learn more about why homelessness disproportionately impacts people of color and what we can do about it.  Read more

The only thing that ends homelessness is housing. In this course, learn the basics of Rapid Re-Housing (RRH), an evidence-based best practice for connecting people experiencing homelessness with permanent housing and supporting them in their path toward housing stability. This course will be useful for anyone establishing, improving, or working within an RRH program.  Read more

Trauma-informed care can help clients stabilize in housing more quickly and can build resilience for both clients and staff. Learn about the causes and effects of trauma and about the 6 principles of trauma-informed care.  Read more

People of color experience homelessness at disproportionate rates. Data is a powerful tool in understanding the situation in your own community and identifying potential action steps. This is the second course in our three-course Racial Equity Action Series. You can enroll in the entire series at the Center for Learning home page, or you can take them individually. Read more

People of color experience homelessness at disproportionate rates. Understanding why is important to being able to address this inequity. This is the first course in our three-course Racial Equity Learning Series. You can enroll in the whole series all at once at our Center for Learning front page, or you can take the courses individually. Read more

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