The County of Cuyahoga, Ohio has launched The Partnering for Family Success Program, the nation’s first county-level Pay for Success (PFS) project in partnership with FrontLine Service, a comprehensive continuum of care service provider for homeless persons in Ohio. Together with the Program’s housing partners, FrontLine will link each caregiver to housing using CTI and age-appropriate, evidence-based trauma services that will strengthen healthy and secure caregiver-child relationships.
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There will be an opportunity for providers who are interested in CTI to meet at the National Alliance to End Homelessness conference in Washington DC on Tuesday, July 17 at 4:30PM. The session will be an informal one, intended to foster collaboration among providers and answer questions related to the model and its implementation. The
Our colleagues at the Center for Social Innovation will be offering a free webinar on July 12 from noon to 1PM eastern time that will describe the key elements in delivering CTI to high-risk families and introduce a web-based family CTI course that will be offered this coming fall. More information and registration details are
The Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program is a new VA program that will award grants to private non-profit organizations and consumer cooperatives who will provide supportive services to very low-income veterans and their families residing in or transitioning to permanent housing. Organizations will receive grants to provide a range of supportive services, including CTI,
Although CTI has primarily been used with single adults, the model has also been adapted to support families in the transition from homelessness to housing. As described in a recent report from National Center on Family Homelessness about the Young Family CTI model, the approach incorporates targeted efforts to address needs around household management,
The annual conference of the National Alliance to End Homelessness held in July in Washington, DC featured two workshops on CTI. The first, co-led by Dan Herman of Columbia University & NYS Psychiatric Institute and Laura Morris of Resources for Human Development, Inc. will focused on working with single adults, while the second workshop, focused
Project Hope, located in Charlotte, North Carolina has begun to implement CTI as part of a new initiative supported by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Homelessness Prevention & Rapid Re-Housing Program, a short-term rental assistance program to help prevent and reduce homelessness. The new program, part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment