Rapid Re-housing<br />Clinic<br />ONLINE<br />
Agenda<br />      Introduction<br />     What is Rapid Re-housing<br /><ul><li>  Core Principles
  How To</li></ul>    Question & Answer<br />
Introduction<br />
If you use a computer      <br />    microphone do <br />    not dial in on the <br />    phone<br />Find the <br />    te...
Who’s on the Call<br />
Participant Distribution by Program Type<br />
Poll <br />Questions<br />
What is <br />Rapid Re-Housing?<br />
“…individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness (residing in emergency or transitional shelters or on the str...
Core Principles of Rapid Re-Housing<br />HOUSING<br />FIRST<br />+ <br />HOUSING<br />FOCUSED <br />_________________<br /...
Core Principles of Rapid Re-Housing<br />HOUSING 1st and FOCUSED<br /><ul><li>   Homelessness to Housing
No intermediate step to housing
Immediate access to housing
   Landlord Relationship Development &    </li></ul>Management<br /><ul><li>   Client/Tenant Development </li></li></ul><l...
Tenant Screening Barriers
Compliance w/lease
Financial Barriers</li></ul>How To: Barrier Assessment<br />Path to Housing Stability<br />
How To: Barrier Assessment<br />
Good <br />Neighbor<br />Long-term<br />Renter<br />Property Care<br />On-Time<br />Rent<br />How To: Landlords<br />
Good <br />Neighbor<br />Long-term<br />Renter<br />Property Care<br />On-Time<br />Rent<br />How To: Landlords<br />
Good<br />Neighbor<br />Long-term<br />Renter<br />Property<br />Care<br />On-time<br />Rent<br />How To: Landlords<br />
Good<br />Neighbor<br />Long-term<br />Renter<br />Property<br />Care<br />On-time <br />Rent<br />How To: Landlords<br />
Leave No Stone Unturned…<br />Diversify Your Methods for Outreach to Landlords<br />Cold Calls based on rental signs, publ...
How To: Housing Placement<br />Options for Moving Assistance<br />  No assistance<br />  Security deposit and/or 1st month...
 Flat
 Declining </li></li></ul><li>
Core Principles of Rapid Re-Housing<br />CLIENT CENTERED <br />+<br />CLIENT DRIVEN<br />________________<br />BETTER OUTC...
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Rapid Re-Housing Clinic I

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The week of August 29, 2011, the Alliance concluded a two-part series of webinars on rapid re-housing. These interactive webinars allowed participants to ask questions and respond to polls given by the presenters.

The first part of the series (RRH 1) covered the basics of rapid re-housing, including the definition, tips on working with landlords, and a discussion of housing barriers; the second part (RRH 2) 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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  • Rapid Re-Housing Clinic I

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