This course (through the Alliance’s Center for Learning) provides an overview of the basic skills needed to house clients through Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) programs. Low enrollment fee; discounts available.
The Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT) has long been a key tool in communities’ assessments of how to prioritize service delivery for people experiencing homelessness. Communities are shifting towards other tools, as the VI-SPDAT is now being phased […]
Written by Alliance Research Council member Marybeth Shinn (Organizational Development Professor, Department of Human and Organizational Development, Vanderbilt University) and Molly Richard (Doctoral Student, Department of Human and Organizational Development, Vanderbilt University) The most widely used tool has been the […]
Coordinated entry is a mechanism to shift homeless systems’ response methods from project-centric to person-centric, and based on community-level standards for referrals and program entry. Coordinated entry also ensures that scarce homelessness resources are triaged based on community-determined needs and […]
Communities all over the country are anxiously awaiting federal resources from the CARES Act to begin flowing. As the Alliance has addressed in previous blog posts , these funds are desperately needed for those working to end homelessness. While they may be short […]