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  1. Relevant files – find at the link below • Participant Packet • Facilitator Script • This presentation • https://gregranstrom.com/communityconversation-homelessness/ SCC Community Summit on Homelessness Facilitator Training

  2. Facilitator Training Agenda Q&A in small groups and large group throughout

  3. Purpose, Method, Outcomes We are bringing together service providers, government leaders, law enforcement, public health representatives, housing leaders, developers, homeless advocates, homeless and recently housed individuals, community and neighborhood groups, and educators for a summit on housing and houseless individuals and families. Purpose •Share experiences •Enhance the public’s knowledge •Workshop ideas related to preventing homelessness and housing the unhoused Method •Facilitated process for residents to connect, listen, share and engage in a civil environment Outcomes •Deeper understanding of the issues and solutions related to homelessness •Experience of productive conversation among people with different points of view •Identify next steps for community involvement •A community report on the Summit to be shared with the County Board of Supervisors, county and community agencies, and the public at large

  4. Facilitator RoleFacilitate Three 60-minute Rounds (Help or participate in 4th and 5th) Video 1 Tables of no more than 10, including facilitator/s Video 2

  5. Resources • In Room: • Resource personnel • Health personnel • Security personnel • Facilitator Resources: • Script • Facilitator Themes Report • Protima and Greg will provide time reminders • On Tables: • Blank Name Tents & Pens • Participant Pack • Facts, Figures, Current Policies and Activities • Input Forms (stack of 40 on table) • Pad of paper/pen for each person

  6. 30-40 Tables, 9 or 10 per table 1 or 2 Facilitators 1 or 2 People w/ lived experience 1 or 2 CBO or county staff 1 or 2 Vocal residents/organizers 4 or 5 Uncategorized residents Spanish and Vietnamese language tables available Watch your for opportunities to increase diverse views at each table

  7. Facilitator RoleFacilitate Three 60-minute Rounds (Help or participate in 4th and 5th) Video 1 Tables of no more than 10, including facilitator/s Video 2

  8. Summit Agenda 8:30 – 9:30 Round 1: Overview, Ground rules, and Sharing views on homelessness ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 9:30 – 9:35 Supervisor Cortese Welcome ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 9:35 – 9:45 Video: “Seeing” ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 9:45 – 10:35 Round 2: Conversations- How do we see the issues? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 10:35 – 10:50 Individual Input Process (Break if needed) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 10:50 – 11:00 Video: “Doing” ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 11:00 – 11:50 Round 3: Conversations- Who is responsible? What should be done? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 11:50 – 12:00 Individual Input Process ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 12:00 – 12:45 Lunch ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 12:45 – 1:45 Round 4: Specific Issues Conversations ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1:45 – 2:00 Thank you and Next Steps ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2:00 – 3:00 Round 5: Specific Issues Conversations Continued for people who want extra time

  9. Opening Session with Your Group

  10. Dialogue 2 & 3: Seeing & Doing

  11. SPECIFIC ISSUES CONVERSATIONS • Someone names a topic that they would like to explore more with a group of people. • People choose the topic that they are interested in and form a circle to begin conversation. • NOTE: • If the group gets larger than about 16, consider splitting the group in two. • People can leave one group and go to a new group, following their interest at any time. • The person who calls the conversation topic becomes a host leader. The host leader has four responsibilities: • 1. Help the group stay on topic • 2. Ensure equal airtime • 3. Help the group consider the next step actions and if/how to take this conversation back to the community • 4. Complete a conversation report • The venue will stay open for an extra hour after our official closing if you would like to continue the conversations and planning.

  12. Specific Issues Conversations- Facilitators may participate as residents

  13. How To Have A Community ConversationDisagreements generate the best solutions...if everybody listens. • Agree not to try to change each other's minds. • Start by connecting at a human level. • Take turns talking and make room to hear from everybody. • Clarify data sources, but don't get stuck arguing about facts. • Take a breath. • It is okay to talk about your pain, frustration, sadness, or anger about a personal experience. • Be respectful. • Be gracious. • Stay in it . • Expect action.

  14. THANK YOU