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Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

Beginning in 2015, the continuum of Multnomah County Domestic Violence Providers implemented a newly-designed system that controls access to all domestic violence shelter and housing interventions. Survivors who want to enter shelter can no longer just call a shelter and try to find a bed, but instead must participate in an assessment that assures shelter is a good fit for service. The assessment tool, called the Safety and Stabilization Assessment (or “SSA”), was developed locally, and is intended to help both the assessor and survivor identify strengths and explore service options. This brief webinar is intended to provide insight into the system for community partners. A brief overview will be followed by a panel of advocates talking about their experiences with coordinated access. A Q and A session will complete the webinar.

Continuing education credit