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Performance Improvement Clinic
|The Alliance's Center for Capacity Building offers 1.5 day clinics to help communities reduce homelessness and perform better on outcomes included in the HEARTH Act. Clinics include group discussions, system design and modification planning sessions, and presentations on best practices.|
The Performance Improvement Clinic is designed to help your community reduce homelessness and perform better on outcomes included in the HEARTH Act, such as reducing the length of homeless episodes and reducing repeat episodes of homelessness. The clinic takes place over 1.5 days and brings together leaders and stakeholders from your community.
Clinics include small and large group discussions, system (re)design and modification planning sessions, and presentations on best practices. Clinic participants will also receive hands-on technical assistance with data analysis and system assessment in preparation for the clinic and follow up support.
The Performance Improvement Clinic helps key stakeholders to:
To schedule a clinic contact Anna Blasco. Customized versions and additional training or consulting are also available.
A number of communities have written about their experience with the Performance Improvement Clinic in the Alliance's blog, including Richmond, Virginia and Chesire County, New Hampshire. To see other blog posts related to the clinic, click here.