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Upcoming Webinars

Webinar Supporting Resiliency in Housing and Health Professionals

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Join us for this webinar to learn about promoting self-care and resiliency among staff. Hear from subject matter experts on organizational well-being as they share tools and resources to support supervisors in engaging in their own self-care and encouraging it among supervisees.

Webinar Trauma-Informed Outreach Learning Community Session 3: Making the Connection to the Homelessness Response System

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This session will help participants understand the basics of Coordinated Entry and how to connect people to housing and housing-related resources in the homeless response system.

Webinar Office Hours: Funding Supportive Housing Services for People with Behavioral Health Needs

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In follow-up to the webinar on June 29, presenters will host an Office Hours session to answer questions about funding supportive housing services using Medicaid and SAMHSA resources.

Webinar Homelessness and Opioid Use Disorder: Best Practices for Whole-Person Care

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In this session, panelists will provide a brief overview of the toolkit, Whole-Person Care for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness and Opioid Use Disorder (OUD): Part 2 and engage in a roundtable discussion of best practices.

Webinar Funding Supportive Housing Services for People with Behavioral Health Needs: Key Federal Resources

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This webinar will offer practical information about key federal resources available through Medicaid and SAMHSA that can be used to pay for many of these supportive housing services.

Webinar Trauma-Informed Outreach Learning Community Session 2: Best Practices for Person-Centered Outreach

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This session will cover best and emerging practices for conducting outreach and engagement with individuals experiencing SMI, SED, SUD, or COD who are also experiencing homelessness.