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Understanding the Definitions of Homelessness

November 13 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

There is a cost for this training.
CEUs offered: 2

Course Description:

Is my client homeless? It seems like the answer should be straightforward! But different funding sources define homelessness differently for eligibility and have different documentation requirements. This workshop will break down these definitions – Minnesota homelessness, literal homelessness, youth homelessness, Category 4 homelessness, long-term homelessness, and chronic homelessness – and what sort of documentation is required. We will walk through examples of homeless histories to determine which definitions they meet and if their documentation passes muster.  From assessor to coordinated entry staff to housing provider to funder, knowing about eligibility requirements is a valuable tool for ending homelessness for the people we serve.

Presenter Bio:

Heather Duchscherer has worked as Metro Regional Manager at Hearth Connection since 2016 where she helps administer federal, state, and county-funded rental assistance and services that span the continuum from assessment to housing. Heather enjoys “nerding out” over policy and its real-life implications for human beings.

Details

Date:
November 13
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Facilitator

Heather Duchscherer

Other

Scholarships Available
Yes

Venue

NW Area Foundation (Drake Building)
60 Plato Blvd. E, Suite #400
St Paul, MN 55107 United States
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