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WelcomeThe Supportive Housing & Homeless Program – Goal Setting & Record Keeping webinar will begin shortly.This is a muted call, please submit your questions via the GoToMeeting question feature.Handouts will be made available after the webinar concludes.
Jonda Clemings, MSEd, LSW
Attainable within time & conditions
Targeted to the identified need & impact
Identify various issues, functions, etc. that a person may need to set a goal/objective around to improve their housing stability. List as many of these as you can for each letter in the alphabet.
Amy is a new participant in your homeless shelter. When asked about her housing goals, she tells you that she doesn't have any housing goals. Amy states that she has received Medicaid in the past, but is not currently receiving it. She has no other income/benefits at this time. Amy is not interested in working nor is she interested in signing up for Medicaid, SNAPS, other housing, etc.
Bill has been residing in your rapid re-housing program for six months now. He became homeless due to a layoff at the plant and has been having much difficulty finding other employment with comparable pay. Initially, Bill was sad about the loss of his housing, however he was very good at following up on possible job leads. During the past couple of months, Bill has become cool and distant. He appears disinterested and indifferent about finding a job.
Functional limitations & abilities
Barriers that led to homelessness
Ohio State ID
Unaccompanied individual or adult household member
Living on streets or emergency shelter
1 continuous year homeless or 4 episodes of homelessness in 3 years
Type of housing
Difficulties maintaining housing
Long-term, indefinite duration
Impedes ability to live independently
Disability could be improved with suitable housing
Physical, mental or emotional impairment - including impairment solely due to alcohol or drug use
Written documentation must come from credentialed professional
Basic elements of consent
Gaps in employment
Frequency of job changes
Criminal history as it impacts housing & employment
Mood & affect
Goals/objectives while in program
Drives service planning
Amount of income
Sources of income
Proof of income
When it happened
Reason for discharge
Justify actions taken
Don’t label - describe
History or crisis patterns
Attempts to satisfy
Choices provided made
How person refused to comply
Failure to provide information
Attempts to remedy
Review of procedures
Minimal access - need to know
Diversity of opinion
Look at process and outcomes
Refine service delivery
Track integrity and effectiveness
Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio six months now. He became homeless due to a layoff at the plant and has been having much difficulty finding other employment with comparable pay. Initially, Bill was sad about the loss of his housing, however he was very good at following up on possible job leads. During the past couple of months, Bill has become cool and distant. He appears disinterested and indifferent about finding a job.Jonda Clemings175 S. Third St. - Suite 250Columbus, Ohio 43215Phone 614-280-1984Fax [email protected]