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Rapid Re-Housing Clinic II

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This PowerPoint focused on rapid re-housing program design and implementation and included a discussion of program budgeting, staffing, and available funding sources.

This PowerPoint focused on rapid re-housing program design and implementation and included a discussion of program budgeting, staffing, and available funding sources.

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  • 1. Rapid Re-housing 101
    Part II
    Presented by:
    Kim Walker
    Capacity Building Associate
  • 2. Participant Instructions
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  • 3. Agenda
    Introduction
    Program Design
    • Agency Assessment
    • 4. Policy, Process, Practice (3 P’s)
    • 5. Staffing
    • 6. Funding and Program Expenses
    Question & Answer
  • 7. Poll
    Questions
  • 8. Rapid Re-housing
    Program Design
  • 9. Program Design: Agency Assessment
    Capacity to Change
    1. Mission, Values, Culture
    2. Existing Programs & Internal Resources
    3. Change Management
    4. External Resources & Funding *
    Program Design
    5. Subsidies*
    6. Policy, Practice, Process *
    7. Staffing & Staff Development *
    8. Community Engagement
  • 10. Program Design: Agency Assessment
    Capacity to Change
    1. Mission, Values, Culture
    2. Existing Programs & Internal Resources
    3. Change Management
    4. Community Engagement
  • 11. Money: Funding Your RRH Program
    Traditional Homelessness Funds:
    Other Government Sources:
    A Bit More Outside the Box…
    Foundations & private donors
    Faith community
  • 19. Money: Program Budgeting
    Subsidies
    Relocation Assistance
    Rental/Utility Assistance
    Start Up
    $
    Start Up
    Seed Money
  • 20. Assistance is short- to medium-term (not exceeding two years)
    Have to make decisions based on deep vs. shallow, maximum subsidy allowed, etc.
    Don’t count on a permanent subsidy
    Money: Subsidy Design
  • 21. Income-Based Subsidies
    INCOME BASED
    Jane makes $400/month
    She pays 40% of her salary ($160) towards rent. The percentage remains the same no matter what.
    If income increases, subsidy decreases.
    CONS:
    Disincentive to work Potential cliff effect
  • 22. Flat Subsidies
    FLAT SUBSIDY
    Peter makes $500 a month. His rent is $650 a month; he pays $250 of this. He will pay the same amount ($250) regardless of fluctuations in income.
    If income increases, subsidy remains the same.
    CONS:
    Lack of flexibility; may have to be readjusted
  • 23. Declining Subsidies
    DECLINING SUBSIDY
    Phil and Tanya start by paying $300 a month. After three months, they pay $350. Every three months their subsidy declines until they are able to assume their full rent.
    Regardless of income, subsidy will decrease over time.
    CONS:
    Not as flexible if things don’t go as planned (like income-based)
  • 24. Program Design:
    Program Design: Subsidies
  • 25. Program Design: 3 P’s
    Outcomes & Expectations
    Policy, Practice, Process
    Transitioning to a housing first approach means that you will be changing the way families experience your program and the way your staff interact with clients.
    Program Requirements Pre/Post Housing
    Service Planning and Coordination
    Referral and Intake Procedures
  • 26. Program Design: Staffing
    Housing Locator
    Role
    • Understands the needs and concerns of landlords
    • 27. Able to help participants identify their housing needs
    • 28. Knowledgeable about landlord-tenant law
  • Program Design: Staffing
    Role
    • Provides case management at intake, during and/or after housing placement
    • 29. Links clients to mainstream and community resources
    • 30. Helps client identify and avoid behaviors that contribute to housing instability
    • 31. Helps client identify short- and intermediate-term goals
    Case Manager
  • 32. Program Design: Staffing
    Income/Benefits Coordinator
    Role
    • Specializes in one or more areas relating to income and benefits
    • 33. Assists client in accessing mainstream income and benefits resources at shelter entry
  • Program Design: Staffing
    Program Administrator
    Role
    • Overall program coordination
    • 34. Assures program targets will be met
    • 35. Adjusts program activities and resources as needed
  • Program Design: Staffing
    Critical Skills
    • Ability to work with LL’s
    • 36. Knowledge of mainstream community resources
    • 37. Culturally competent
    • 38. Ability to handle crisis situations
    • 39. Experience working with families with multiple needs
  • Program Design: Staffing
    Decisions
    • Staffing Resources Allocation
    • 40. Staff Development
    • 41. Hiring
  • Rapid Re-housing Logic Model
    Objectives
    Inputs
    Activities
    Outputs
    Outcomes
    Measurement
    Strategies
    Overall goal or measure of success
    Staff, funding, community partners and other resources (existing and needed) for your project
    Service Components
    Ways to measure your activities.
    Client level outcome targets
    Methods for tracking data
    • Reduce the length of time households spend homeless
     
    • Increase the rate at which households are placed in permanent housing
    • 42. 2 Housing Specialists, 2 Case Managers
     
    • Short-term rent subsidies
     
    • Landlord partners
    • 43. Housing and Resource Assessment
     
    • Housing search and placement
    • 44. number of assessments to be conducted, subsidies to be provided
    • 45. case management sessions to be delivered
    • 46. 80% of households will be placed in permanent housing within 30 days of intake.
    • 47. HMIS data
    Constraints:
  • 48. Advanced Class: Think System Level
    • Expanding populations
    • 49. Coordinated intake
    • 50. Regional coordination
    • 51. Think complete package: reducing new entries, length of stay, and repeat entries
  • 52. Contact Us
    Contact Us!
    Center for Capacity Building
    thecenter@naeh.org
    Kim Walker
    kwalker@naeh.org
    202-942-8292

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