2.2 Implementing Rapid Re-Housing: What You Need to Know


Conference Presentation | March 12, 2014

Files: Rapid Re-Housing by Marge Wherley (PDF | 2.11 | 46 slides)

2.2 Implementing Rapid Re-Housing: What You Need to Know

Rapid re-housing is a solution to homelessness that involves three main components: assistance searching for housing and negotiating with landlords; provision of time-limited rental assistance; and services focused on crisis resolution, housing stability and increasing income. This workshop will further define rapid re-housing and introduce best practices to use when implementing the model. Presenters will also provide examples of how to adapt the model for survivors of domestic violence and how faith-based providers and congregations can be involved.