Eviction and Homeless Prevention 2-Part Series 113021-10
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Event Date & Time

11/30/2021 10:00 AM - 11/30/2021 12:00 PM

Location

ONLINE

Thank you for your interest in this training. Unfortunately we have closed registration because either the deadline has passed or there are capacity limitations. Feel free to contact Debie Baranchulk if you have any questions: dbaranchulk@rcac.org  Please see our trainings list for other available trainings. 

Eviction and Homeless Prevention 2-Part Series

Accreditation:

This training does not qualify for CEUs/credits.

Certificates will be issued to scholarship or paid registrants only after the post test is taken and received.

 

Date & Time:

The Eviction and Homeless Prevention 2-Part series training will be held on the following dates and times:

November 30 | 10:00AM-12:00PM

December   2 | 10:00AM-12:00PM  


Description:

DAY 1

Eviction Prevention Basics for HUD-Certified Housing Counselors

The National CDC Eviction Moratorium due to the COVID-19 pandemic has expired. As a result, many courts have begun to work through their backlog of eviction cases. While the Treasury Department has made available $46 Billion in Emergency Rental Assistance funds under programs that have been available for several months, not all funds have been allocated to Tenants and their Landlords.

Join us for an informative two-hour workshop where you will:

·  Examine basic rental counseling practices for Housing Counselors as we exit the COVID-era

·  Investigate common negotiation strategies Landlords and Tenants will use to deal with unpaid rent

·  Explore Eviction Prevention tools that all HUD-Certified Housing Counselors can make use of to assist this renter audience

·  Review Federal Assistance programs enacted to assist renters in need of financial assistance resulting from COVID-19 impacts

 

DAY 2

Homeless Prevention Basics

Homeless numbers have continued to grow during this pandemic. COVID 19 has brought a spotlight into this area as the homeless population in our country needs protection and shelter and are particularly vulnerable. We will explore:

·  The dynamics of homelessness

·  Impacts to individuals, families, and communities

·  What programs/resources are available to assist the homeless community

· Who the players are in this area

·  Understanding the barriers that these clients face • How your agency can help/the role of housing counselors


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Scholarship & Fees:

Scholarships are available for the first 75 registrants. You must work for a HUD approved counseling agency to receive a scholarship. The scholarship code is HCOE.

 

If you are employed by a for-profit agency, there is a $50.00 per person fee to attend the training.

   

Registration:

The registration link below, will register you to attend both sessions.  

Registration is invalid if this fee is not paid at time of registration.     

You must register in advance and have a valid email address to register and receive the course link and materials.


For event content questions, contact:

Debie Baranchulk
dbaranchulk@rcac.org
(916) 447-9832 ext. 1019


For registration questions, contact:

RCAC Events
registration@rcac.org
(916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

 

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