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5.5 Housing and Service Interventions for Youth and Young Parents: Successful Models

Speaker: Heather Beackel

For unaccompanied youth and young parents who cannot be reunified with their families or quickly re-housed independently, longer-term housing interventions may be necessary. This workshop will examine transitional housing models currently being utilized to serve youth and young parents, including congregate facilities and scattered-site units, as well as methods of targeting and minimizing involuntary exits.

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    5.5 Housing and Service Interventions for Youth and Young Parents: Successful Models 5.5 Housing and Service Interventions for Youth and Young Parents: Successful Models Presentation Transcript

    • HomeSafe Housing Program Insights’ Teen Parent Services Heather Baeckel, MSW Portland, Oregon
    • History of Insights’
      • 33 years of serving pregnant and parenting teens
      • History of housing
        • HomeSafe Housing Program
        • HAPPY, HOME
      • Pregnant/Parenting Homeless Youth
        • SafeHome Project
    • HomeSafe Intake Process
      • Insights’ Housing Orientation
      • Program Participation Agreement
      • Intake Meeting with Housing Advocate
    • Scattered Housing Search
      • Oregon Law
      • Support Systems
      • What kind of tenant will you be?
      • Criminal History or Past Evictions
      • Insights’ Relationship with Landlords/Managers
    • Housing Stabilization
      • Relationship Building
      • Develop client centered case plan
        • School / work
        • Apartment living skills
        • Life skills
        • Parenting
        • Family Planning
        • Health
        • Low-income Housing Lists
    • Housing Accountability
      • “ check-in” timeframes
        • 3mos, 6mos, 12mos
        • 18mos
      • Advocate role “good guy” vs Supervisor role “bad guy”
      • Action plans
    • HomeSafe Exit Outcomes
        • Reasons for Leaving
        • 46% complete program
        • 17% leave for housing opportunity
        • 12% non-compliance
        • 86% Exit to Permanent Housing
        • 54%permanent rental (no subsidy)
        • 17% perm. friends/family
        • 15% subsidized housing
        • 10% exit to transitionally living with friends/family
        • 4% unknown