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1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth
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1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth

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1.4 Preventing, Diverting, and Referring: Keys to Successful Front Doors for Families and Youth

Speaker: Meradith Alspaugh

A strong homelessness system entry point can help some families and youth avoid homelessness or reduce the time they remain homeless by quickly connecting them to the right interventions. This workshop will review the key elements needed to create a successful system entry point. Presenters will discuss the logistics of setting up a successful front door and the outcomes they have achieved as a result of it.

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