Incarceration & Reentry
October 27 – 28, 2016
Since the realignment of California’s criminal justice system, the County of Los Angeles has played a larger role in the incarceration and reentry into their communities of people convicted of felonies. This workshop is designed for homeless services case managers who work with or are assigned to jail in-reach projects and to support service and housing programs for formerly incarcerated individuals. Day 1 focuses on trauma-informed care and effective practices for people that have experienced the criminal justice system and on the crimogenic factors that must be considered along with life domains in doing assessments and case planning with clients. Day 2 addresses the criminal justice system and the services, programs, and resources available to support the effort of people working toward successful reentry. Click here for more information.
Case Manager Training
Cohort #10 Begins November 2nd
Cohort #11 Begins in January
Homeless Services Case Manager Training is a 10-module, 10 month
This 10-module, in-depth program is for case managers and housing navigators that are new, relatively new, need to learn new techniques, or are case managers in Department of Health Services’ Housing for Health program. Each module includes readings, videos, and one in-person session each month.
Cohort 10 begins November 2nd. These sessions will also be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will be held at Homeless Health Care Los Angeles, 2330 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles 90057.
Cohort 11 begins in January with dates and location to be announced.
Limited Space Remains
From Cultural Competence to Cultural Humility provides homeless services agencies and staff a deeper understanding and experience of how culture shapes client interactions and how it impacts our effectiveness as social service providers. This workshop will be held on September 22nd.
Read more about these programs. Register on our website at www.uhhpla.org.
UHHP & HHCLA Announce Training Catalog
Click here to open the new training catalog produced by UHHP and Homeless Health Care Los Angeles. In it, you will find listings and descriptions of the more than 30 training and development programs and workshops offered by the two organizations. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about any of these programs.