LAHSA and Alliance for Children’s Rights surveyed CES providers, youth and others engaged in supporting young adults as they transition from foster care to independence to learn more about what youth and service providers know about extended foster care eligibility and relevant supports and services. This webinar and relevant resources summarize the survey responses - identifying common misconceptions or knowledge gaps - and will provide information to enhance understanding of housing options a
1) What fire safety hazards to look out for while doing outreach 2) Tips on fire safety 3) How to use a fire extinguisher
This video meets the FSC requirement for Mandated Reporter Training.
Duration: 50 minutes
This session trains outreach workers on the basics of communicable diseases, with focusing on those that disproportionately impact people experiencing homelessness. Outreach workers will learn infectious disease basics, how to protect oneself and clients, how to identify potentially ill clients, and know what to do when identifying someone who may be ill.
Recovery Rehousing Training is the place where up to 15 different trainings will be held to assist with the training of new program staff who are assisting participants in the Recovery Rehousing Program. Once you register for/"purchase" the series, you will find the individual trainings in your account.
Please register for VAWA Webinar on Jun 5, 2019 3:00 PM PDT at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5728631901698101506 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Brought to you by GoToWebinar® Webinars Made Easy®
The webinar will review housing protections for survivors of domestic and sexual violence under federal and California laws and Discuss the obligations of Continuum of Care housing providers under these laws
LAHSA has partnered with the Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) to develop an accessible Trauma and Resiliency Informed Care Webinar. The webinar was developed with the purpose of educating all workers in the City and County of Los Angeles on how to interact with survivors of complex trauma.
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