The below information was collected from Resource Talk Blog. Which you can find at https://resourcetalk.crisisclinic.org/upcoming-crisis-clinic-trainings/
The Art of Referral & Accessing Community Resources
There is an art to making referrals, especially at times when resources are scarce. In the first part of this training, you’ll learn interviewing techniques, ways to build rapport, and how to help clients advocate for themselves when seeking assistance.
The second part of this course focuses on quickly and efficiently locating resources using the tools of King County 2-1-1. We’ll show you the best way to navigate our online database, Community Resources Online, as well as how to make use of Resource Talk and Emergency Services Brochures. Learning to apply these tools in concert with one another will allow you to make the most of your time when working with clients. Click here for more information.
Suicide Assessment, Screening &
Saturday March 18th Noon – 4:3o
In exchange for free admission to The Museum of Flight (ticket value $7-12) you will help us by capturing video fragments in the ultimate selfie experience as you explore the museum (we provide the cameras!). What better way to save some money and have some creative, hands-on fun?
RSVP now, space is limited! To confirm your reservation you MUST register here: https://secure.scheduleonce.com/seaflight
We will meet you next to the ticket counter at your scheduled visit time. PLEASE NOTE: Free entrance is only available through our ticketing link (above). Walk-in parties will not be eligible for free entrance.
Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness is coordinating Homeless Advocacy 101 workshops around King County in February and March. Participants will discuss the funding proposals for shelter, housing, and supportive services currently being considered and review the steps that everyone can take to make sure housing and homelessness concerns are prioritized in our local government. Nancy…
via Sign up for Homelessness Advocacy Workshops — Resource Talk
Facing a lawsuit over its management of unauthorized homeless encampments on city property, Seattle is moving forward with new rules to deal with them. Released in draft form on Tuesday, January 31, the proposed rules include some departures from existing protocols, such as a provision that would allow the city to identify and potentially fence…
via Seattle Moves Ahead With New Rules for Homeless Camp Cleanup — Resource Talk
THE EVENT BELOW IS FROM RESOURCE WIRE FROM SOLID GROUND. LINKS AND SOURCE INFORMATION CAN ALSO BE FOUND AT THE END OF POST.
Community Resources, 1/26/17
By staff on Jan 26, 2017 09:15 am
SOFT SKILLS WORKSHOP FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SURVIVORS…
A Day of Support for Women
WHEN: Saturday, January 28, 2017, 9:30am (optional breakfast), 10am – 3pm workshop
WHERE: The 2100 Building (2100 24th Ave S, Seattle 98144)
WHAT: Join Solid Ground case managers for a day-long Soft Skills Workshop/Day of Support for women who are domestic violence survivors. We’ll provide: ⇒ Breakfast, lunch & snacks ⇒ A fun & informative classroom atmosphere! ⇒ Children’s activities ⇒ Prizes ⇒ Vendors ⇒ Gas cards ⇒ A convenient location ⇒ Access bus (as needed). Registration is required; see contact info below!
- 9:30 – 10am: Breakfast
- 10 – 11:30am: Tenant Education — Rights and responsibilities for tenants and landlords
- 11:30am – Noon: Lunch & Vendors — Check out our educational and self-care vendors!
- Noon – 1:30pm: Budgeting for the Crisis — Learn how to budget, prioritize and make better choices about financial management!
- 1:30 – 3pm: Survivorship to Victorious/Self Care & Boundaries — Presented by LaTanya V. Horace, Advocate, Facilitator, Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Healing Practitioner and Founder of the Silent Task Force (since 2009)
QUESTIONS/RSVP: Registration is required! Contact Celestine at 206.694.6808 or email@example.com to register, or if you have any questions about the event.
ORIGINAL SOURCE FOR EVENT INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND HERE ON THE SOLID GROUND‘S WEBSITE.
Youth & Young Adult Community Resource Exchange 2017
January 27 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The one-day event is devoted to connecting youth and young adults experiencing homelessness in King County with immediate access to the services and resources they need. Attendees can enjoy a hot meal and have access to free health services, haircuts, public benefits, employment & education resources, care packages and much more.
The event is open to all youth and young adults ages 12-26. No registration required.
New Horizons Ministries
2709 3rd Ave
Seattle, WA 98121 United States + Google Map