These are the slides for the "Enhancing Coordinated Entry with Employment" webinar held on Monday, March 20 at 1 pm CDT. The slides present the principles and purpose of integrating employment pathways into coordinated entry and highlight the innovative approaches taken by Chicago, Seattle, and Houston—three of National Initiatives' Connections Project sites—to do so. By integrating employment and income pathways into coordinated entry, we can ensure that people entering the homeless services system are quickly and seamlessly connected to the resources they need to exit homelessness for good.
John Rio of Advocates for Human Potential, Heather Muller of CSH, Nancy Phillips of Heartland Alliance, and Danielle Winslow of All Home (King County) presented. Carl Wiley of National Initiatives/National Center on Employment and Homelessness moderated.
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