Events for March 7, 2019
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Diversion work is rooted in the non-judgmental, client-centered approach taught in this class. Mediators work to empower parties to be heard, listen, problem-solve and create their own solutions – similarly, diversion advocates listen to persons facing homelessness and assist the clients in choosing their own path out of homelessness.
This week's diversion sessions were invitation-only and are now full.
Future diversion training sessions are planned for May 2019. Registration will be offered for those and will be posted once dates/times are finalized and registration opens.Find out more »
This training session will cover the basics of using the new HMIS software, Clarity. All users are required to attend a new user training session in order to be granted a Clarity user license and completing this portion of training will qualify you for access to a user license. This training does not include content on the CES process, nor does completing it qualify you for access to CES in Clarity.Find out more »