Not all tenants are equipped with the skills to successfully sustain their housing. Being a tenant comes with a host of responsibilities and tasks, and part of the role of the case manager is to help tenants integrate into the community, to meet their obligations of tenancy, and, most importantly, to stay housed. This training offers strategies, based on various evidence-based practices, to ensure that housing-based case managers are focusing on tenants’ most important skills, are timing interventions effectively, and are making use of appropriate resources. Attendees learn about the related concepts of Critical Time Intervention, Harm Reduction, Supported Employment, Housing First, Recovery and Wellness, Person Centered Services and Motivational Interviewing, all of which can help case managers and their property management partners to increase housing retention rates and create sustainable tenant-staff relationships.
At the end of this training, case managers will have a greater understanding of how to support tenants in supportive housing, allowing them to maintain their housing and more easily move towards personal recovery.
Accredited as a New York State Social Work Continuing Education Course and OASAS Certified
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