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Domestic Violence Statistics and Facts You Should Be Aware Of

Domestic violence shatters lives across all walks of society. Yet, it remains dangerously misunderstood. To dismantle assumptions, you need to untangle the statistics on domestic violence, many of which are shaped by bias and underreporting. As a police social worker...
by Casebook Editorial Team 2 min read

What Is Intensive Case Management?

Intensive case management provides targeted support to clients with complex needs. By taking an individualized, flexible approach you can establish meaningful relationships with clients, set collaborative goals, and connect them to timely services for improved...
by Casebook Editorial Team 2 min read

AI Tools for Human Services Nonprofits

Following are some AI tools for you to consider. There are many others available as well. These solutions will take some of the heavy lift off staff so your organization, and those you serve, can thrive!
by Casebook Editorial Team 1 min read

Buy or Build Your Own Case Management System for Human Services?

You run a social services organization and you're keeping all of your records in a spreadsheet, and now you are wondering if the investment in a case management solution is right for you. You're probably already having trouble getting the reports you need and making...
by Andrew Pelletier 2 min read

Best Practices

How To Build Healthy Relationships With Funders

In previous posts, we’ve reviewed best practices regarding grantwriting and communicating your story to funders. We’ve even talked about the importance of third-party validation. Another key to success is understanding how to build stronger relationships with funders. Funders co...

Secure Your Funding Pt. 3 — Emphasis On The Data

So far, we’ve reviewed watchdog sites’ standards, detailing indicators for a nonprofit’s success, and articulating metrics. What do all of these have in common? DATA! Ratings, program development, case-making…all are driven by a drumbeat of qualitative and quantitative data. How the public v...

Reporting Impact and Communicating to Grant Funders

The previous post outlined the primary types of capacity-building projects and reviewed how transformational successful capacity-building implementation have been, for example, nonprofits...

by Sade Dozan4 min read

Capacity-Building Grants | Nonprofit Case Studies

In the previous post, we touched on how capacity-building grants are identified and developed in an effort to better position organizations for growth. Now, we’ll review the power of capacity-building g...

by Sade Dozan4 min read

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10 Homeless Case Management Best Practices To Implement

Homeless case managers strategize plans for unhoused individuals and families. The job consists of much more than simply finding a house or shelter. These social workers must be prepared to perform assessments, allocate resources, advocate for clients' needs, and connect them with other service prov...
Homeless case managers strategize plans for unhoused individuals and families. The job consists of much more than simply finding a house or shelter. These social workers must be prepared to perform assessments, allocate resources, advocate for clients' needs, and connect them with other service providers. This requires an organized and personalized approach for every client in your caseload. The following homeless case management best practices will help you determine the most effective approach for each client. Homeless case managers strategize plans for unhoused individuals and families. The job consists of much more than simply finding a house or shelter. These social workers must be prepared to perform assessments, allocate resources, advocate for clients' needs, and connect them with other service providers. This requires an organized and personalized approach for every client in your caseload. The following homeless case management best practices will help you determine the most effective approach for each client. Homeless case managers strategize plans for unhoused individuals and families. The job consists of much more than simply finding a house or shelter. These social workers must be prepared to perform assessments, allocate resources, advocate for clients' needs, and connect them with other service providers. This requires an organized and personalized approach for every client in your caseload. The following homeless case management best practices will help you determine the most effective approach for each client. Homeless case managers strategize plans for unhoused individuals and families. The job consists of much more than simply finding a house or shelter. These social workers must be prepared to perform assessments, allocate resources, advocate for clients' needs, and connect them with other service providers. This requires an organized and personalized approach for every client in your caseload. The following homeless case management best practices will help you determine the most effective approach for each client. Homeless case managers strategize plans for unhoused individuals and families. The job consists of much more than simply finding a house or shelter. These social workers must be prepared to perform assessments, allocate resources, advocate for clients' needs, and connect them with other service providers. This requires an organized and personalized approach for every client in your caseload. The following homeless case management best practices will help you determine the most effective approach for each client. Homeless case managers strategize plans for unhoused individuals and families. The job consists of much more than simply finding a house or shelter. These social workers must be prepared to perform assessments, allocate resources, advocate for clients' needs, and connect them with other service providers. This requires an organized and personalized approach for every client in your caseload. The following homeless case management best practices will help you determine the most effective approach for each client. Homeless case managers strategize plans for unhoused individuals and families. The job consists of much more than simply finding a house or shelter. These social workers must be prepared to perform assessments, allocate resources, advocate for clients' needs, and connect them with other service providers. This requires an organized and personalized approach for every client in your caseload. The following homeless case management best practices will help you determine the most effective approach for each client. Homeless case managers strategize plans for unhoused individuals and families. The job consists of much more than simply finding a house or shelter. These social workers must be prepared to perform assessments, allocate resources, advocate for clients' needs, and connect them with other service providers. This requires an organized and personalized approach for every client in your caseload. The following homeless case management best practices will help you determine the most effective approach for each client. Homeless case managers strategize plans for unhoused individuals and families. The job consists of much more than simply finding a house or shelter. These social workers must be prepared to perform assessments, allocate resources, advocate for clients' needs, and connect them with other service providers. This requires an organized and personalized approach for every client in your caseload. The following homeless case management best practices will help you determine the most effective approach for each client. Homeless case managers strategize plans for unhoused individuals and families. The job consists of much more than simply finding a house or shelter. These social workers must be prepared to perform assessments, allocate resources, advocate for clients' needs, and connect them with other service providers. This requires an organized and personalized approach for every client in your caseload. The following homeless case management best practices will help you determine the most effective approach for each client.
by Casebook Editorial Team 2 min read

Data-Driven Insights Into Veteran Homelessness: Statistics and Facts

As a case manager, you can decrease the long-term impacts and risks of veteran homelessness. However, you must first understand its full scope, including contributing factors, societal impacts, and individual experiences.
As a case manager, you can decrease the long-term impacts and risks of veteran homelessness. However, you must first understand its full scope, including contributing factors, societal impacts, and individual experiences. As a case manager, you can decrease the long-term impacts and risks of veteran homelessness. However, you must first understand its full scope, including contributing factors, societal impacts, and individual experiences. As a case manager, you can decrease the long-term impacts and risks of veteran homelessness. However, you must first understand its full scope, including contributing factors, societal impacts, and individual experiences. As a case manager, you can decrease the long-term impacts and risks of veteran homelessness. However, you must first understand its full scope, including contributing factors, societal impacts, and individual experiences. As a case manager, you can decrease the long-term impacts and risks of veteran homelessness. However, you must first understand its full scope, including contributing factors, societal impacts, and individual experiences. As a case manager, you can decrease the long-term impacts and risks of veteran homelessness. However, you must first understand its full scope, including contributing factors, societal impacts, and individual experiences. As a case manager, you can decrease the long-term impacts and risks of veteran homelessness. However, you must first understand its full scope, including contributing factors, societal impacts, and individual experiences. As a case manager, you can decrease the long-term impacts and risks of veteran homelessness. However, you must first understand its full scope, including contributing factors, societal impacts, and individual experiences. As a case manager, you can decrease the long-term impacts and risks of veteran homelessness. However, you must first understand its full scope, including contributing factors, societal impacts, and individual experiences. As a case manager, you can decrease the long-term impacts and risks of veteran homelessness. However, you must first understand its full scope, including contributing factors, societal impacts, and individual experiences.
by Trevor Norkey 1 min read

Can You Define Homelessness? The Four Types of Homelessness

Is your client homeless? How do you define homelessness? In human services It’s not a simple yes or no answer. Instead it’s multiple choice. There are four categories of homelessness used for federal housing programs. Then it gets complicated, but we’ll break it down. The Department of Housing and U...
Is your client homeless? How do you define homelessness? In human services It’s not a simple yes or no answer. Instead it’s multiple choice. There are four categories of homelessness used for federal housing programs. Then it gets complicated, but we’ll break it down. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the bulk of financial support for housing programs. Some HUD programs are dedicated for one category of homelessness only. Others are for multiple categories of homelessness. Some programs can differ at the state or local level. It’s a great big puzzle. (After you look at the puzzle pieces you might be inclined to call it something more colorful.) Is your client homeless? How do you define homelessness? In human services It’s not a simple yes or no answer. Instead it’s multiple choice. There are four categories of homelessness used for federal housing programs. Then it gets complicated, but we’ll break it down. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the bulk of financial support for housing programs. Some HUD programs are dedicated for one category of homelessness only. Others are for multiple categories of homelessness. Some programs can differ at the state or local level. It’s a great big puzzle. (After you look at the puzzle pieces you might be inclined to call it something more colorful.) Is your client homeless? How do you define homelessness? In human services It’s not a simple yes or no answer. Instead it’s multiple choice. There are four categories of homelessness used for federal housing programs. Then it gets complicated, but we’ll break it down. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the bulk of financial support for housing programs. Some HUD programs are dedicated for one category of homelessness only. Others are for multiple categories of homelessness. Some programs can differ at the state or local level. It’s a great big puzzle. (After you look at the puzzle pieces you might be inclined to call it something more colorful.) Is your client homeless? How do you define homelessness? In human services It’s not a simple yes or no answer. Instead it’s multiple choice. There are four categories of homelessness used for federal housing programs. Then it gets complicated, but we’ll break it down. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the bulk of financial support for housing programs. Some HUD programs are dedicated for one category of homelessness only. Others are for multiple categories of homelessness. Some programs can differ at the state or local level. It’s a great big puzzle. (After you look at the puzzle pieces you might be inclined to call it something more colorful.) Is your client homeless? How do you define homelessness? In human services It’s not a simple yes or no answer. Instead it’s multiple choice. There are four categories of homelessness used for federal housing programs. Then it gets complicated, but we’ll break it down. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the bulk of financial support for housing programs. Some HUD programs are dedicated for one category of homelessness only. Others are for multiple categories of homelessness. Some programs can differ at the state or local level. It’s a great big puzzle. (After you look at the puzzle pieces you might be inclined to call it something more colorful.) Is your client homeless? How do you define homelessness? In human services It’s not a simple yes or no answer. Instead it’s multiple choice. There are four categories of homelessness used for federal housing programs. Then it gets complicated, but we’ll break it down. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the bulk of financial support for housing programs. Some HUD programs are dedicated for one category of homelessness only. Others are for multiple categories of homelessness. Some programs can differ at the state or local level. It’s a great big puzzle. (After you look at the puzzle pieces you might be inclined to call it something more colorful.) Is your client homeless? How do you define homelessness? In human services It’s not a simple yes or no answer. Instead it’s multiple choice. There are four categories of homelessness used for federal housing programs. Then it gets complicated, but we’ll break it down. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the bulk of financial support for housing programs. Some HUD programs are dedicated for one category of homelessness only. Others are for multiple categories of homelessness. Some programs can differ at the state or local level. It’s a great big puzzle. (After you look at the puzzle pieces you might be inclined to call it something more colorful.) Is your client homeless? How do you define homelessness? In human services It’s not a simple yes or no answer. Instead it’s multiple choice. There are four categories of homelessness used for federal housing programs. Then it gets complicated, but we’ll break it down. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the bulk of financial support for housing programs. Some HUD programs are dedicated for one category of homelessness only. Others are for multiple categories of homelessness. Some programs can differ at the state or local level. It’s a great big puzzle. (After you look at the puzzle pieces you might be inclined to call it something more colorful.) Is your client homeless? How do you define homelessness? In human services It’s not a simple yes or no answer. Instead it’s multiple choice. There are four categories of homelessness used for federal housing programs. Then it gets complicated, but we’ll break it down. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the bulk of financial support for housing programs. Some HUD programs are dedicated for one category of homelessness only. Others are for multiple categories of homelessness. Some programs can differ at the state or local level. It’s a great big puzzle. (After you look at the puzzle pieces you might be inclined to call it something more colorful.) Is your client homeless? How do you define homelessness? In human services It’s not a simple yes or no answer. Instead it’s multiple choice. There are four categories of homelessness used for federal housing programs. Then it gets complicated, but we’ll break it down. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the bulk of financial support for housing programs. Some HUD programs are dedicated for one category of homelessness only. Others are for multiple categories of homelessness. Some programs can differ at the state or local level. It’s a great big puzzle. (After you look at the puzzle pieces you might be inclined to call it something more colorful.)
by Maryellen Hess Cameron 2 min read

Is Your Client Homeless Enough?

Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... You might be one of those people who think a family is homeless just because it doesn’t have a place to live. Technically you are correct, but that doesn’t mean the family is eligible for ho...
Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... You might be one of those people who think a family is homeless just because it doesn’t have a place to live. Technically you are correct, but that doesn’t mean the family is eligible for housing for homeless people. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the lion’s share of funding for homeless programs, making it the final arbiter of who counts as homeless. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... You might be one of those people who think a family is homeless just because it doesn’t have a place to live. Technically you are correct, but that doesn’t mean the family is eligible for housing for homeless people. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the lion’s share of funding for homeless programs, making it the final arbiter of who counts as homeless. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... You might be one of those people who think a family is homeless just because it doesn’t have a place to live. Technically you are correct, but that doesn’t mean the family is eligible for housing for homeless people. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the lion’s share of funding for homeless programs, making it the final arbiter of who counts as homeless. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... You might be one of those people who think a family is homeless just because it doesn’t have a place to live. Technically you are correct, but that doesn’t mean the family is eligible for housing for homeless people. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the lion’s share of funding for homeless programs, making it the final arbiter of who counts as homeless. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... You might be one of those people who think a family is homeless just because it doesn’t have a place to live. Technically you are correct, but that doesn’t mean the family is eligible for housing for homeless people. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the lion’s share of funding for homeless programs, making it the final arbiter of who counts as homeless. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... You might be one of those people who think a family is homeless just because it doesn’t have a place to live. Technically you are correct, but that doesn’t mean the family is eligible for housing for homeless people. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the lion’s share of funding for homeless programs, making it the final arbiter of who counts as homeless. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... You might be one of those people who think a family is homeless just because it doesn’t have a place to live. Technically you are correct, but that doesn’t mean the family is eligible for housing for homeless people. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the lion’s share of funding for homeless programs, making it the final arbiter of who counts as homeless. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... You might be one of those people who think a family is homeless just because it doesn’t have a place to live. Technically you are correct, but that doesn’t mean the family is eligible for housing for homeless people. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the lion’s share of funding for homeless programs, making it the final arbiter of who counts as homeless. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... You might be one of those people who think a family is homeless just because it doesn’t have a place to live. Technically you are correct, but that doesn’t mean the family is eligible for housing for homeless people. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the lion’s share of funding for homeless programs, making it the final arbiter of who counts as homeless. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... You might be one of those people who think a family is homeless just because it doesn’t have a place to live. Technically you are correct, but that doesn’t mean the family is eligible for housing for homeless people. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides the lion’s share of funding for homeless programs, making it the final arbiter of who counts as homeless.
by Maryellen Hess Cameron 2 min read

Papering Your Way to Housing

Emergency assistance to help people with unpaid rent and utilities is on its way; this article reviews how you can help clients gather information for their applications. There’s nothing like a government program to generate paperwork. Ironically, since the Paperwork Reduction Act passed 40 years ag...
Emergency assistance to help people with unpaid rent and utilities is on its way; this article reviews how you can help clients gather information for their applications. There’s nothing like a government program to generate paperwork. Ironically, since the Paperwork Reduction Act passed 40 years ago the documentation needed for housing assistance programs seems to increase regularly. And there’s no getting out of it. Housing agencies must collect all of this information as a condition of their grants. This burden rolls downhill. The good news is that you and your client can gather this documentation in advance and create a “housing portfolio” to simplify the application process. You may have to apply for housing at multiple organizations. Having a portfolio will prevent many headaches for you, your clients and housing providers. Casebook has functions to track information your client needs in their housing portfolio, as I will describe later in this post. Emergency assistance to help people with unpaid rent and utilities is on its way; this article reviews how you can help clients gather information for their applications. There’s nothing like a government program to generate paperwork. Ironically, since the Paperwork Reduction Act passed 40 years ago the documentation needed for housing assistance programs seems to increase regularly. And there’s no getting out of it. Housing agencies must collect all of this information as a condition of their grants. This burden rolls downhill. The good news is that you and your client can gather this documentation in advance and create a “housing portfolio” to simplify the application process. You may have to apply for housing at multiple organizations. Having a portfolio will prevent many headaches for you, your clients and housing providers. Casebook has functions to track information your client needs in their housing portfolio, as I will describe later in this post. Emergency assistance to help people with unpaid rent and utilities is on its way; this article reviews how you can help clients gather information for their applications. There’s nothing like a government program to generate paperwork. Ironically, since the Paperwork Reduction Act passed 40 years ago the documentation needed for housing assistance programs seems to increase regularly. And there’s no getting out of it. Housing agencies must collect all of this information as a condition of their grants. This burden rolls downhill. The good news is that you and your client can gather this documentation in advance and create a “housing portfolio” to simplify the application process. You may have to apply for housing at multiple organizations. Having a portfolio will prevent many headaches for you, your clients and housing providers. Casebook has functions to track information your client needs in their housing portfolio, as I will describe later in this post. Emergency assistance to help people with unpaid rent and utilities is on its way; this article reviews how you can help clients gather information for their applications. There’s nothing like a government program to generate paperwork. Ironically, since the Paperwork Reduction Act passed 40 years ago the documentation needed for housing assistance programs seems to increase regularly. And there’s no getting out of it. Housing agencies must collect all of this information as a condition of their grants. This burden rolls downhill. The good news is that you and your client can gather this documentation in advance and create a “housing portfolio” to simplify the application process. You may have to apply for housing at multiple organizations. Having a portfolio will prevent many headaches for you, your clients and housing providers. Casebook has functions to track information your client needs in their housing portfolio, as I will describe later in this post. Emergency assistance to help people with unpaid rent and utilities is on its way; this article reviews how you can help clients gather information for their applications. There’s nothing like a government program to generate paperwork. Ironically, since the Paperwork Reduction Act passed 40 years ago the documentation needed for housing assistance programs seems to increase regularly. And there’s no getting out of it. Housing agencies must collect all of this information as a condition of their grants. This burden rolls downhill. The good news is that you and your client can gather this documentation in advance and create a “housing portfolio” to simplify the application process. You may have to apply for housing at multiple organizations. Having a portfolio will prevent many headaches for you, your clients and housing providers. Casebook has functions to track information your client needs in their housing portfolio, as I will describe later in this post. Emergency assistance to help people with unpaid rent and utilities is on its way; this article reviews how you can help clients gather information for their applications. There’s nothing like a government program to generate paperwork. Ironically, since the Paperwork Reduction Act passed 40 years ago the documentation needed for housing assistance programs seems to increase regularly. And there’s no getting out of it. Housing agencies must collect all of this information as a condition of their grants. This burden rolls downhill. The good news is that you and your client can gather this documentation in advance and create a “housing portfolio” to simplify the application process. You may have to apply for housing at multiple organizations. Having a portfolio will prevent many headaches for you, your clients and housing providers. Casebook has functions to track information your client needs in their housing portfolio, as I will describe later in this post. Emergency assistance to help people with unpaid rent and utilities is on its way; this article reviews how you can help clients gather information for their applications. There’s nothing like a government program to generate paperwork. Ironically, since the Paperwork Reduction Act passed 40 years ago the documentation needed for housing assistance programs seems to increase regularly. And there’s no getting out of it. Housing agencies must collect all of this information as a condition of their grants. This burden rolls downhill. The good news is that you and your client can gather this documentation in advance and create a “housing portfolio” to simplify the application process. You may have to apply for housing at multiple organizations. Having a portfolio will prevent many headaches for you, your clients and housing providers. Casebook has functions to track information your client needs in their housing portfolio, as I will describe later in this post. Emergency assistance to help people with unpaid rent and utilities is on its way; this article reviews how you can help clients gather information for their applications. There’s nothing like a government program to generate paperwork. Ironically, since the Paperwork Reduction Act passed 40 years ago the documentation needed for housing assistance programs seems to increase regularly. And there’s no getting out of it. Housing agencies must collect all of this information as a condition of their grants. This burden rolls downhill. The good news is that you and your client can gather this documentation in advance and create a “housing portfolio” to simplify the application process. You may have to apply for housing at multiple organizations. Having a portfolio will prevent many headaches for you, your clients and housing providers. Casebook has functions to track information your client needs in their housing portfolio, as I will describe later in this post. Emergency assistance to help people with unpaid rent and utilities is on its way; this article reviews how you can help clients gather information for their applications. There’s nothing like a government program to generate paperwork. Ironically, since the Paperwork Reduction Act passed 40 years ago the documentation needed for housing assistance programs seems to increase regularly. And there’s no getting out of it. Housing agencies must collect all of this information as a condition of their grants. This burden rolls downhill. The good news is that you and your client can gather this documentation in advance and create a “housing portfolio” to simplify the application process. You may have to apply for housing at multiple organizations. Having a portfolio will prevent many headaches for you, your clients and housing providers. Casebook has functions to track information your client needs in their housing portfolio, as I will describe later in this post. Emergency assistance to help people with unpaid rent and utilities is on its way; this article reviews how you can help clients gather information for their applications. There’s nothing like a government program to generate paperwork. Ironically, since the Paperwork Reduction Act passed 40 years ago the documentation needed for housing assistance programs seems to increase regularly. And there’s no getting out of it. Housing agencies must collect all of this information as a condition of their grants. This burden rolls downhill. The good news is that you and your client can gather this documentation in advance and create a “housing portfolio” to simplify the application process. You may have to apply for housing at multiple organizations. Having a portfolio will prevent many headaches for you, your clients and housing providers. Casebook has functions to track information your client needs in their housing portfolio, as I will describe later in this post.
by Maryellen Hess Cameron 3 min read

Pave the Way Home: Collaborations for Safe Housing and Survivor Services

Survivors like Laura get caught in the intersection between homelessness and domestic violence, a situation you see every day in your work as a victim advocate and service provider. You see survivors escape, only to end up on the street. Your job is to find solutions to address their complex needs. ...
Survivors like Laura get caught in the intersection between homelessness and domestic violence, a situation you see every day in your work as a victim advocate and service provider. You see survivors escape, only to end up on the street. Your job is to find solutions to address their complex needs. That’s where partnerships come into play. Victim service providers can collaborate across systems with affordable housing agencies, breaking down the silo effect. It begins when parties meet to discuss how they can work together. Frustration arises when one service provider is not aware of laws, rules and regulations that govern the others. Things like jargon and acronyms can lead to misunderstandings. In a partnership you can clear those up from the beginning. However, it will take time to yield benefits, so there’s not a moment to waste. This post previews information housing agencies and survivor services can use to build a framework. You can use tools like Casebook to record and evaluate the services that your clients need and obtain; automated workflows within your case management software can be helpful for this purpose. For a client like Laura, you would continue to document your interventions in her Casebook file. You can track other service delivery for their effectiveness, as well as your obligations as a partner to them. For instance, as you interact with housing providers you can document that they have, or have not, used the full range of housing protections included in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and how you addressed them. A Casebook workflows with the law’s requirement will simplify the process for you. Survivors like Laura get caught in the intersection between homelessness and domestic violence, a situation you see every day in your work as a victim advocate and service provider. You see survivors escape, only to end up on the street. Your job is to find solutions to address their complex needs. That’s where partnerships come into play. Victim service providers can collaborate across systems with affordable housing agencies, breaking down the silo effect. It begins when parties meet to discuss how they can work together. Frustration arises when one service provider is not aware of laws, rules and regulations that govern the others. Things like jargon and acronyms can lead to misunderstandings. In a partnership you can clear those up from the beginning. However, it will take time to yield benefits, so there’s not a moment to waste. This post previews information housing agencies and survivor services can use to build a framework. You can use tools like Casebook to record and evaluate the services that your clients need and obtain; automated workflows within your case management software can be helpful for this purpose. For a client like Laura, you would continue to document your interventions in her Casebook file. You can track other service delivery for their effectiveness, as well as your obligations as a partner to them. For instance, as you interact with housing providers you can document that they have, or have not, used the full range of housing protections included in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and how you addressed them. A Casebook workflows with the law’s requirement will simplify the process for you. Survivors like Laura get caught in the intersection between homelessness and domestic violence, a situation you see every day in your work as a victim advocate and service provider. You see survivors escape, only to end up on the street. Your job is to find solutions to address their complex needs. That’s where partnerships come into play. Victim service providers can collaborate across systems with affordable housing agencies, breaking down the silo effect. It begins when parties meet to discuss how they can work together. Frustration arises when one service provider is not aware of laws, rules and regulations that govern the others. Things like jargon and acronyms can lead to misunderstandings. In a partnership you can clear those up from the beginning. However, it will take time to yield benefits, so there’s not a moment to waste. This post previews information housing agencies and survivor services can use to build a framework. You can use tools like Casebook to record and evaluate the services that your clients need and obtain; automated workflows within your case management software can be helpful for this purpose. For a client like Laura, you would continue to document your interventions in her Casebook file. You can track other service delivery for their effectiveness, as well as your obligations as a partner to them. For instance, as you interact with housing providers you can document that they have, or have not, used the full range of housing protections included in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and how you addressed them. A Casebook workflows with the law’s requirement will simplify the process for you. Survivors like Laura get caught in the intersection between homelessness and domestic violence, a situation you see every day in your work as a victim advocate and service provider. You see survivors escape, only to end up on the street. Your job is to find solutions to address their complex needs. That’s where partnerships come into play. Victim service providers can collaborate across systems with affordable housing agencies, breaking down the silo effect. It begins when parties meet to discuss how they can work together. Frustration arises when one service provider is not aware of laws, rules and regulations that govern the others. Things like jargon and acronyms can lead to misunderstandings. In a partnership you can clear those up from the beginning. However, it will take time to yield benefits, so there’s not a moment to waste. This post previews information housing agencies and survivor services can use to build a framework. You can use tools like Casebook to record and evaluate the services that your clients need and obtain; automated workflows within your case management software can be helpful for this purpose. For a client like Laura, you would continue to document your interventions in her Casebook file. You can track other service delivery for their effectiveness, as well as your obligations as a partner to them. For instance, as you interact with housing providers you can document that they have, or have not, used the full range of housing protections included in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and how you addressed them. A Casebook workflows with the law’s requirement will simplify the process for you. Survivors like Laura get caught in the intersection between homelessness and domestic violence, a situation you see every day in your work as a victim advocate and service provider. You see survivors escape, only to end up on the street. Your job is to find solutions to address their complex needs. That’s where partnerships come into play. Victim service providers can collaborate across systems with affordable housing agencies, breaking down the silo effect. It begins when parties meet to discuss how they can work together. Frustration arises when one service provider is not aware of laws, rules and regulations that govern the others. Things like jargon and acronyms can lead to misunderstandings. In a partnership you can clear those up from the beginning. However, it will take time to yield benefits, so there’s not a moment to waste. This post previews information housing agencies and survivor services can use to build a framework. You can use tools like Casebook to record and evaluate the services that your clients need and obtain; automated workflows within your case management software can be helpful for this purpose. For a client like Laura, you would continue to document your interventions in her Casebook file. You can track other service delivery for their effectiveness, as well as your obligations as a partner to them. For instance, as you interact with housing providers you can document that they have, or have not, used the full range of housing protections included in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and how you addressed them. A Casebook workflows with the law’s requirement will simplify the process for you. Survivors like Laura get caught in the intersection between homelessness and domestic violence, a situation you see every day in your work as a victim advocate and service provider. You see survivors escape, only to end up on the street. Your job is to find solutions to address their complex needs. That’s where partnerships come into play. Victim service providers can collaborate across systems with affordable housing agencies, breaking down the silo effect. It begins when parties meet to discuss how they can work together. Frustration arises when one service provider is not aware of laws, rules and regulations that govern the others. Things like jargon and acronyms can lead to misunderstandings. In a partnership you can clear those up from the beginning. However, it will take time to yield benefits, so there’s not a moment to waste. This post previews information housing agencies and survivor services can use to build a framework. You can use tools like Casebook to record and evaluate the services that your clients need and obtain; automated workflows within your case management software can be helpful for this purpose. For a client like Laura, you would continue to document your interventions in her Casebook file. You can track other service delivery for their effectiveness, as well as your obligations as a partner to them. For instance, as you interact with housing providers you can document that they have, or have not, used the full range of housing protections included in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and how you addressed them. A Casebook workflows with the law’s requirement will simplify the process for you. Survivors like Laura get caught in the intersection between homelessness and domestic violence, a situation you see every day in your work as a victim advocate and service provider. You see survivors escape, only to end up on the street. Your job is to find solutions to address their complex needs. That’s where partnerships come into play. Victim service providers can collaborate across systems with affordable housing agencies, breaking down the silo effect. It begins when parties meet to discuss how they can work together. Frustration arises when one service provider is not aware of laws, rules and regulations that govern the others. Things like jargon and acronyms can lead to misunderstandings. In a partnership you can clear those up from the beginning. However, it will take time to yield benefits, so there’s not a moment to waste. This post previews information housing agencies and survivor services can use to build a framework. You can use tools like Casebook to record and evaluate the services that your clients need and obtain; automated workflows within your case management software can be helpful for this purpose. For a client like Laura, you would continue to document your interventions in her Casebook file. You can track other service delivery for their effectiveness, as well as your obligations as a partner to them. For instance, as you interact with housing providers you can document that they have, or have not, used the full range of housing protections included in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and how you addressed them. A Casebook workflows with the law’s requirement will simplify the process for you. Survivors like Laura get caught in the intersection between homelessness and domestic violence, a situation you see every day in your work as a victim advocate and service provider. You see survivors escape, only to end up on the street. Your job is to find solutions to address their complex needs. That’s where partnerships come into play. Victim service providers can collaborate across systems with affordable housing agencies, breaking down the silo effect. It begins when parties meet to discuss how they can work together. Frustration arises when one service provider is not aware of laws, rules and regulations that govern the others. Things like jargon and acronyms can lead to misunderstandings. In a partnership you can clear those up from the beginning. However, it will take time to yield benefits, so there’s not a moment to waste. This post previews information housing agencies and survivor services can use to build a framework. You can use tools like Casebook to record and evaluate the services that your clients need and obtain; automated workflows within your case management software can be helpful for this purpose. For a client like Laura, you would continue to document your interventions in her Casebook file. You can track other service delivery for their effectiveness, as well as your obligations as a partner to them. For instance, as you interact with housing providers you can document that they have, or have not, used the full range of housing protections included in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and how you addressed them. A Casebook workflows with the law’s requirement will simplify the process for you. Survivors like Laura get caught in the intersection between homelessness and domestic violence, a situation you see every day in your work as a victim advocate and service provider. You see survivors escape, only to end up on the street. Your job is to find solutions to address their complex needs. That’s where partnerships come into play. Victim service providers can collaborate across systems with affordable housing agencies, breaking down the silo effect. It begins when parties meet to discuss how they can work together. Frustration arises when one service provider is not aware of laws, rules and regulations that govern the others. Things like jargon and acronyms can lead to misunderstandings. In a partnership you can clear those up from the beginning. However, it will take time to yield benefits, so there’s not a moment to waste. This post previews information housing agencies and survivor services can use to build a framework. You can use tools like Casebook to record and evaluate the services that your clients need and obtain; automated workflows within your case management software can be helpful for this purpose. For a client like Laura, you would continue to document your interventions in her Casebook file. You can track other service delivery for their effectiveness, as well as your obligations as a partner to them. For instance, as you interact with housing providers you can document that they have, or have not, used the full range of housing protections included in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and how you addressed them. A Casebook workflows with the law’s requirement will simplify the process for you. Survivors like Laura get caught in the intersection between homelessness and domestic violence, a situation you see every day in your work as a victim advocate and service provider. You see survivors escape, only to end up on the street. Your job is to find solutions to address their complex needs. That’s where partnerships come into play. Victim service providers can collaborate across systems with affordable housing agencies, breaking down the silo effect. It begins when parties meet to discuss how they can work together. Frustration arises when one service provider is not aware of laws, rules and regulations that govern the others. Things like jargon and acronyms can lead to misunderstandings. In a partnership you can clear those up from the beginning. However, it will take time to yield benefits, so there’s not a moment to waste. This post previews information housing agencies and survivor services can use to build a framework. You can use tools like Casebook to record and evaluate the services that your clients need and obtain; automated workflows within your case management software can be helpful for this purpose. For a client like Laura, you would continue to document your interventions in her Casebook file. You can track other service delivery for their effectiveness, as well as your obligations as a partner to them. For instance, as you interact with housing providers you can document that they have, or have not, used the full range of housing protections included in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and how you addressed them. A Casebook workflows with the law’s requirement will simplify the process for you.
by Maryellen Hess Cameron 5 min read

Rent Agreement Negotiation Resources

Do you have clients who are behind on their rent and at risk of eviction? Perhaps they will be eligible for federal rent relief, or they have re-established income. Either way, getting a subsidy or catching up on rent will take time. That’s why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (H...
Do you have clients who are behind on their rent and at risk of eviction? Perhaps they will be eligible for federal rent relief, or they have re-established income. Either way, getting a subsidy or catching up on rent will take time. That’s why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created guidance to help tenants negotiate a rent repayment plan. COVID-19 Tenant Guidance Rent Repayment Plans provides information about tenant rights and links to resources for rent and other financial supports. It also provides a sample form tenants can use to initiate an agreement with their landlord. Do you have clients who are behind on their rent and at risk of eviction? Perhaps they will be eligible for federal rent relief, or they have re-established income. Either way, getting a subsidy or catching up on rent will take time. That’s why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created guidance to help tenants negotiate a rent repayment plan. COVID-19 Tenant Guidance Rent Repayment Plans provides information about tenant rights and links to resources for rent and other financial supports. It also provides a sample form tenants can use to initiate an agreement with their landlord. Do you have clients who are behind on their rent and at risk of eviction? Perhaps they will be eligible for federal rent relief, or they have re-established income. Either way, getting a subsidy or catching up on rent will take time. That’s why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created guidance to help tenants negotiate a rent repayment plan. COVID-19 Tenant Guidance Rent Repayment Plans provides information about tenant rights and links to resources for rent and other financial supports. It also provides a sample form tenants can use to initiate an agreement with their landlord. Do you have clients who are behind on their rent and at risk of eviction? Perhaps they will be eligible for federal rent relief, or they have re-established income. Either way, getting a subsidy or catching up on rent will take time. That’s why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created guidance to help tenants negotiate a rent repayment plan. COVID-19 Tenant Guidance Rent Repayment Plans provides information about tenant rights and links to resources for rent and other financial supports. It also provides a sample form tenants can use to initiate an agreement with their landlord. Do you have clients who are behind on their rent and at risk of eviction? Perhaps they will be eligible for federal rent relief, or they have re-established income. Either way, getting a subsidy or catching up on rent will take time. That’s why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created guidance to help tenants negotiate a rent repayment plan. COVID-19 Tenant Guidance Rent Repayment Plans provides information about tenant rights and links to resources for rent and other financial supports. It also provides a sample form tenants can use to initiate an agreement with their landlord. Do you have clients who are behind on their rent and at risk of eviction? Perhaps they will be eligible for federal rent relief, or they have re-established income. Either way, getting a subsidy or catching up on rent will take time. That’s why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created guidance to help tenants negotiate a rent repayment plan. COVID-19 Tenant Guidance Rent Repayment Plans provides information about tenant rights and links to resources for rent and other financial supports. It also provides a sample form tenants can use to initiate an agreement with their landlord. Do you have clients who are behind on their rent and at risk of eviction? Perhaps they will be eligible for federal rent relief, or they have re-established income. Either way, getting a subsidy or catching up on rent will take time. That’s why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created guidance to help tenants negotiate a rent repayment plan. COVID-19 Tenant Guidance Rent Repayment Plans provides information about tenant rights and links to resources for rent and other financial supports. It also provides a sample form tenants can use to initiate an agreement with their landlord. Do you have clients who are behind on their rent and at risk of eviction? Perhaps they will be eligible for federal rent relief, or they have re-established income. Either way, getting a subsidy or catching up on rent will take time. That’s why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created guidance to help tenants negotiate a rent repayment plan. COVID-19 Tenant Guidance Rent Repayment Plans provides information about tenant rights and links to resources for rent and other financial supports. It also provides a sample form tenants can use to initiate an agreement with their landlord. Do you have clients who are behind on their rent and at risk of eviction? Perhaps they will be eligible for federal rent relief, or they have re-established income. Either way, getting a subsidy or catching up on rent will take time. That’s why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created guidance to help tenants negotiate a rent repayment plan. COVID-19 Tenant Guidance Rent Repayment Plans provides information about tenant rights and links to resources for rent and other financial supports. It also provides a sample form tenants can use to initiate an agreement with their landlord. Do you have clients who are behind on their rent and at risk of eviction? Perhaps they will be eligible for federal rent relief, or they have re-established income. Either way, getting a subsidy or catching up on rent will take time. That’s why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created guidance to help tenants negotiate a rent repayment plan. COVID-19 Tenant Guidance Rent Repayment Plans provides information about tenant rights and links to resources for rent and other financial supports. It also provides a sample form tenants can use to initiate an agreement with their landlord.
by Maryellen Hess Cameron 2 min read

Preventing A Wave of Homelessness: Tenant Rights and Rent Moratorium 2021

Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... Renters in financial distress are facing a loss of housing in calamitous numbers. You and your clients may be confused and frustrated with programs that are supposed to prevent peoples’ loss...
Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... Renters in financial distress are facing a loss of housing in calamitous numbers. You and your clients may be confused and frustrated with programs that are supposed to prevent peoples’ loss of housing. Take heart. There is a lot happening behind the scenes to help renters. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... Renters in financial distress are facing a loss of housing in calamitous numbers. You and your clients may be confused and frustrated with programs that are supposed to prevent peoples’ loss of housing. Take heart. There is a lot happening behind the scenes to help renters. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... Renters in financial distress are facing a loss of housing in calamitous numbers. You and your clients may be confused and frustrated with programs that are supposed to prevent peoples’ loss of housing. Take heart. There is a lot happening behind the scenes to help renters. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... Renters in financial distress are facing a loss of housing in calamitous numbers. You and your clients may be confused and frustrated with programs that are supposed to prevent peoples’ loss of housing. Take heart. There is a lot happening behind the scenes to help renters. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... Renters in financial distress are facing a loss of housing in calamitous numbers. You and your clients may be confused and frustrated with programs that are supposed to prevent peoples’ loss of housing. Take heart. There is a lot happening behind the scenes to help renters. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... Renters in financial distress are facing a loss of housing in calamitous numbers. You and your clients may be confused and frustrated with programs that are supposed to prevent peoples’ loss of housing. Take heart. There is a lot happening behind the scenes to help renters. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... Renters in financial distress are facing a loss of housing in calamitous numbers. You and your clients may be confused and frustrated with programs that are supposed to prevent peoples’ loss of housing. Take heart. There is a lot happening behind the scenes to help renters. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... Renters in financial distress are facing a loss of housing in calamitous numbers. You and your clients may be confused and frustrated with programs that are supposed to prevent peoples’ loss of housing. Take heart. There is a lot happening behind the scenes to help renters. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... Renters in financial distress are facing a loss of housing in calamitous numbers. You and your clients may be confused and frustrated with programs that are supposed to prevent peoples’ loss of housing. Take heart. There is a lot happening behind the scenes to help renters. Maryellen Hess Cameron spent over 25 years as the Executive Director of non-profit agencies in the social.... Renters in financial distress are facing a loss of housing in calamitous numbers. You and your clients may be confused and frustrated with programs that are supposed to prevent peoples’ loss of housing. Take heart. There is a lot happening behind the scenes to help renters.
by Maryellen Hess Cameron 1 min read

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