Housing First: A Model for Transitional Housing, MSH-TA Webinar Series

The Housing First model has been shown to be a highly effective approach to achieving permanent housing for chronically homeless individuals with serious mental illness and chemical dependency. Based on the presumption that helping people obtain stable housing before addressing other concerns makes dealing with these other issues easier, and the evidence has strongly supports this claim. Components of the model that themselves toward achieving similar goals for homeless domestic violence survivors, survivors of sexual assault, and their children. Webinar participants will explore what housing first is and how it can serve as a strong model to providing transitional housing for victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking within their tribe.

Count Me In: Making Data Collection A Priority Webinar – Native Alliance Against Violence

This webinar will explore how data can enhance capacity, promote accountability, and create opportunities for overall health and well-being for American Indians and Alaska Natives at the program, community, and individual levels.

Count Me In: Making Data Collection A Priority Webinar – Native Alliance Against Violence

This webinar will explore how data can enhance capacity, promote accountability, and create opportunities for overall health and well-being for American Indians and Alaska Natives at the program, community, and individual levels.