Cornerstone is a psychosocial program for youth transitioning to adulthood with serious mental health conditions. The program builds upon evidence-based practices to provide a consistent touchstone for young people during this developmental and systemic transition. With support from the National Institute of Mental Health, the program is currently being tested for feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary
On Wednesday, December 7th, CACTI hosted the most recent installment of its webinar series which addressed the intersections of Critical Time Intervention with the Housing First and Rapid Re-Housing models. The webinar was presented by Suzanne Wagner and Andrea White of Housing Innovations and Kara Capone, Chief Operating Officer of New Reach in New Haven, Connecticut. Presentations provided
Along with Renee De Vet and Helle Thorning, CACTI director Daniel Herman led a CTI workshop on September 23 in Copenhagen at the 11th European Research Conference on Homelessness. The conference, co-sponsored by FAENTSA, the European Observatory on Homelessness and the Danish National Centre for Social Research, was attended by approximately 150 researchers, policymakers and
On July 18 and 19, 2016, t3 (think. teach. transform.) and the Center for Advancement in Critical Time Intervention (CACTI) partnered to host the Critical Time Intervention Train the Trainer event. Experienced trainers and facilitators from throughout the United States and abroad traveled to Needham, Massachusetts to attend. The training was designed to prepare participants
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.
Join us Tuesday May 17th 2 – 3:30pm ET for the next installment of our webinar series which will address the details and implications of the recent changes to the DSM.
In this installment of our podcast series, CTI Spotlights, CACTI Director Dan Herman interviews Dr. Dennis Culhane. Dr. Culhane’s contributions to CTI include studies of homelessness, at-risk veterans, and vulnerable youth and young adults transitioning from institutional care. Dr. Culhane believes there’s a cure for homelessness – listen to this podcast to hear how.
Reckoning with Homelessness – a two-day conference on what works from practice, policy, and research perspectives – will include a session on CTI.
Join us on Tuesday April 19th from 4 pm to 5:30 pm ET for the next installment of our webinar series that will address frequently encountered clinical challenges. The webinar format will consist of a panel of experts who will answer the most pressing questions on the topic.
Gerald Faundez was interviewed by Sally Conover and Sara Schilling about his experience as a peer support worker in Santiago, Chile, with Critical Time Intervention – Task Shifting (CTI-TS), an NIMH-funded randomized trial in Brazil, Argentina and Chile.