Children Youth and Families (CYFSOC) Conference 2018
Children Youth and Families System of Care Training Academy Presents
Unpacking Hope: Understanding the Unique Needs of Children, Youth and Families Experiencing Homelessness
Homelessness in San Diego County is a complex and persistent problem. For children, youth and families experiencing homelessness, the challenges can be amplified because of their unique needs and characteristics. Challenges begin early, and without intervention can continue throughout the lives of children experiencing homelessness. In this full-day conference, presentations will address the impact of trauma and the resilience of families experiencing homelessness. Through robust workshop presentations, a powerful keynote speaker and an interactive panel, participants will be able to identify culturally responsive interventions, innovative tools and available resources that support self-sufficiency for children, youth and families experiencing homelessness.
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Upon completion of this training participants will be able to:
- List common risk factors children, youth and families face for becoming homeless.
- Describe experiences and events that can interfere with engagement and services for children, youth and families experiencing homelessness.
- Identify culturally responsive interventions, tools and resources to housing and supportive services.
- Provide services that support self-sufficiency for children, youth and families experiencing homelessness.