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This PowerPoint covers the basics of rapid re-housing, including the definition, tips on working with landlords, and a discussion of housing barriers.

This PowerPoint covers the basics of rapid re-housing, including the definition, tips on working with landlords, and a discussion of housing barriers.

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Rapid Re-Housing Clinic I Rapid Re-Housing Clinic I Presentation Transcript

  • Rapid Re-housing
    Clinic
    ONLINE
  • Agenda
    Introduction
    What is Rapid Re-housing
    • Core Principles
    • How To
    Question & Answer
  • Introduction
  • If you use a computer
    microphone do
    not dial in on the
    phone
    Find the
    telephone
    icon on
    your user
    dashboard
    Sign into the webinar
    Dial in using
    the dial in
    number
    6. Raise your
    hand to speak
    5. Enter your
    audio pin
    Dial: +1 (888) 888-8888
    Access Code: 888-888-888
    Audio PIN: 88
  • Who’s on the Call
  • Participant Distribution by Program Type
  • Poll
    Questions
  • What is
    Rapid Re-Housing?
  • “…individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness (residing in emergency or transitional shelters or on the street) and need temporaryassistance in order to obtain housing and retain it”
    HUD HPRP Notice March 2009
  • Core Principles of Rapid Re-Housing
    HOUSING
    FIRST
    +
    HOUSING
    FOCUSED
    _________________
    BETTER OUTCOMES
  • Core Principles of Rapid Re-Housing
    HOUSING 1st and FOCUSED
    • Homelessness to Housing
    • No intermediate step to housing
    • Immediate access to housing
    • Landlord Relationship Development &
    Management
    • Client/Tenant Development
  • Obtain Housing
    Maintain Housing
    • Financial Crisis
    • Tenant Screening Barriers
    • Compliance w/lease
    • Financial Barriers
    How To: Barrier Assessment
    Path to Housing Stability
  • How To: Barrier Assessment
  • Good
    Neighbor
    Long-term
    Renter
    Property Care
    On-Time
    Rent
    How To: Landlords
  • Good
    Neighbor
    Long-term
    Renter
    Property Care
    On-Time
    Rent
    How To: Landlords
  • Good
    Neighbor
    Long-term
    Renter
    Property
    Care
    On-time
    Rent
    How To: Landlords
  • Good
    Neighbor
    Long-term
    Renter
    Property
    Care
    On-time
    Rent
    How To: Landlords
  • Leave No Stone Unturned…
    Diversify Your Methods for Outreach to Landlords
    Cold Calls based on rental signs, publications and internet listings
    Direct Mail to Potential Landlords
    Attend Landlord Networking Meetings
    Host a Landlord Event
    Word of Mouth Referrals
  • How To: Housing Placement
    Options for Moving Assistance
    No assistance
    Security deposit and/or 1st month’s rent
    Short-term rental assistance
    • Progressive engagement – e.g. month-to-
    month, quarterly
    • Income-based
    • Flat
    • Declining
  • Core Principles of Rapid Re-Housing
    CLIENT CENTERED
    +
    CLIENT DRIVEN
    ________________
    BETTER OUTCOMES
    vs.
  • Core Principles of Rapid Re-Housing
    CLIENT CENTERED & DRIVEN
    Client Driven Processes
    • Client driven decisions
    • Client driven goals
    Client Centered Processes
    • Home-based case management
    • Strengths-based
    Housing Stabilization
    Connection to Mainstream/Community Resources
  • How To: Client Choice
    • Neighborhood
    • Amenities
    • Number of Rooms
    • Proximity to schools, family, friends, etc.
  • How To: Client Choice
    Needs
    vs.
    Wants &
    Preferences
  • How To: Client Choice
    Client Should Guide
    • When visits occur (not
    how often)
    • Identification of
    strengths
    • Short and long term
    goals
  • How To: Stabilization
    • Tenant responsibilities
    • Living arrangements
    • Neighborhood familiarity
    • Benefits and Employment
    income
    • Healthy relationship
    boundaries
    • Resourcefulness
    • Others?
  • Local Churches
    Adult Education
    Youth Mentoring
    Employment
    Utilities
    Tenants Education
    Legal Assistance
    Financial Assistance &
    Literacy
    Medical/Mental
    Dental
    Parenting/Parent Support
    Volunteer Opportunities
    Mainstream Community Connections
    Creating new partnerships to help integrate families back into the community.
    Our Families