Rapid Re-Housing Capacity

The Alliance provides trainings, toolkits, webinars, and guides designed to provide practitioners and community leaders with skills and strategies to successfully understand and implement rapid re-housing as part of a larger, system-wide approach to ending homelessness.

The Alliance provides trainings, toolkits, webinars, and guides designed to provide practitioners and community leaders with skills and strategies to successfully understand and implement rapid re-housing as part of a larger, system-wide approach to ending homelessness. This page highlights some of the more recent training content available on rapid re-housing.

Rapid Re-Housing Workshops

The Alliance also offers in-person Rapid Re-Housing Workshops. The workshops typically provided as a six to eight hour clinic with a mix of presentation, interactive activities, and discussion. However, they can also be presented as a half-day workshop or a more intensive two-day clinic. The workshop can be presented as part of a conference or as a standalone session. Workshops are typically delivered by one trainer from the Alliance with an audience of up to 50 people, although larger sessions are possible. For more information about scheduling a Rapid Re-Housing Workshop in your community, please contact Anna Blasco.

Spotlight

Library Resources

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Solutions Brief | August 3, 2015
Each brief in this series highlights one federal program that can be used for rapid re-housing.Each brief contains information on the funding source, ways it can be used to support rapid re-housing, and examples of communities that have successfully done so. 
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Toolkits | July 6, 2015
This toolkit is designed to provide sample materials organizations and rapid re-housing program staff can use as a part of rapid re-housing. 
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Solutions Brief | April 29, 2015
This brief on the Supportive Services for Veteran Families program is one in a series that is intended to provide community leaders and rapid re-housing providers with information on how they can use different federal programs to fund rapid re-housing. Each brief contains information on the funding source, ways it can be used to support rapid re-housing, and examples of communities that have successfully done so.