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Families - Permanent Housing and Rapid Rehousing Workflow Training


Description
Prior to this course, you are required to complete the Introduction to HMIS course.

This course is specific to agencies that operate Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH), Permanent Housing (PH), and Rapid Rehousing (RRH) projects. Specifically, this course is best suited for providers that work with multi-person households.

If you are a user that will only ever work with single clients, please complete the singles course instead.

If you are a user that works with single and multi-person households, please purchase the course bundle instead.
After clicking the course bundle link, click "Get all for $25.00 to purchase the course bundle.

This training will cover:
- Recap of Client Creation and Release of Information
- Entry Workflow (Singles or Families)
- Housing Situation and Chronic Homelessness
- Sub-Assessments
- Housing Move-in Date
- Client Exit
- (Optional) Working with Referrals

If you've already purchased this course, and need the Singles course. Please email the Hmis Helpdesk at hmis@allchicago.org

Date: 11/08/2019 CEUs Available: No Time of training: 2 hours

Content
  • Introduction to the Permanent Housing/Rapid Rehousing Workflows
  • Reviewing Concepts from the Introduction to HMIS
  • Overview of Assessments
  • Review of PH/PSH/RRH Essentials
  • Creating a Quick Enrollment and Timeliness Review
  • Quick Enrollment Review (Knowledge Check)
  • Completing the Enrollment: Demographics
  • Race and Demographics (Knowledge Check)
  • Completing the Enrollment: Housing Situation and Examples
  • Prior Living Situation (Knowledge Check)
  • Completing the Enrollment: Subassessments
  • Sub-assessments (Knowledge Check)
  • Completing the Enrollment: Dependents
  • Documenting the Housing Move-in Date
  • Housing Move-in Dates (Knowledge Check)
  • Updating Client Information
  • Exiting the Household
  • Optional: Receiving Referrals
  • Post-Video Survey
  • Register for an HMIS New User In-Person Proctored Session
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
Prerequisites