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Register Today: CAN Training Navigating the Housing and Homeless System in BC

April 14

CAN CONNECTION Trng Alert Navigating Homelessness in Beaver County – May 2020 Beaver County CAN, will offer training, resources and agency services to navigate the housing and homeless system in place showcasing the collaborative services offered by The Cornerstone, Beaver County Continuum of Care, the Women’s Center of Beaver County, The Franklin Center and other social service providers. Date:               May 7, 2020 (Thursday)                         Location:        Beaver Valley Intermediate Unit, Room 107                                                 147 Poplar Drive, Monaca, 15061                         Time:              9:00 AM —11:30 am                         Cost:               Free (Continental Breakfast included) About the Training : The 2.5-hour session will address the specific needs of those experiencing or about to experience a housing crisis in Beaver County and how to serve clients more effectively. Resource options and being able to access them are key in providing financial, emotional, mental, and physical support to those in need. This training is designed to provide a framework for attendees to understand housing and homelessness in the County and provide options and resources to communicate to their clients. The panel will include:   Beaver County Continuum of Care Coordinator Overview of the Beaver County CoC Explain the Coordinated Entry process and Outcomes for Beaver County   The Woman’s Center of Beaver County Explain what the Women’s Center has to offer including shelter and counseling services Review the steps to expect when referring clients for the intake process at the shelter   The Cornerstone of Beaver County Provide an over view of TCBC homeless assistance programs   Beaver County Fair Housing Officer   “Renters Prep” for professionals                              The Franklin Center Homeless Assistance Program  Rent and utility assistance     Who Should Attend:   All who work in organizations that deal with fostering positive communication and interaction with people/clients facing a housing crisis to achieving housing stability.  ]]>

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April 14
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