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CACTI and National Alliance to Develop CTI adaptation to support Rapid Re-Housing

Center investigators have launched a project with the National Alliance to End Homelessness to develop and test an adaptation of CTI to support the effective delivery of rapid re-housing programs with homeless individuals and families. Rapid re-housing is a general approach that provides time-limited financial assistance and services to quickly return people experiencing homelessness to permanent housing.  This strategy, which has been strongly endorsed by the US Interagency Council on Homelessness, is seen as an essential component in redirecting homeless services and resources away from an overreliance on shelter and toward housing-based and prevention approaches.  Funding for the project is provided by the Melville Charitable Trust.

One response to “CACTI and National Alliance to Develop CTI adaptation to support Rapid Re-Housing”

  1. Hello,

    My name is Elizabeth and I currently oversee a RRH program that has incorporated the use of CTI in a 6 month average time frame for families. It has been effective for the Case Managers as well as the families we serve. I would be interested in finding out more about the efforts being done with NAEH and how we may incorporate some of what our data is telling us here in Orange County, California.

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