Our Professional Development & Coaching Products
Offered as a half day or full day workshop, this session is designed to help communities think through innovative solutions to the most complex and visible social issues such as better serving people that have regular conflict with law enforcement, persons sometimes labeled as “chronic inebriates”, and persons with behaviours that can disturb the reasonable enjoyment of others in public spaces including sidewalks, parks, atriums and waterfronts.
Designed as a one day interactive training and workshop for people in supervisory, management, director or executive leadership positions within their organization, this program helps leaders identify her/his natural leadership style and situate that relative to her/his management style, help understand how to constructively lead people towards intended organization and program outcomes, and improve communication and performance along the way.
A full day training on what housing-based case managers need to know and practice in order to be effective in keeping people with moderate or higher acuity housed. Included is an outline of the 5 Essential and Sequential Elements to Housing Stability, crisis planning, non-judgemental practice, providing supports with a harm reduction orientation, establishing the first case plan, client-centred guest policy development, the honest monthly budget, meaningful daily activities, and exit planning.
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Our Professional Development & Coaching Projects
Partners Ending Homelessness in Greensboro and High Point, North Carolina is the Continuum of Care lead in Guilford County. OrgCode has worked with the community to design and implement its approach to coordinated access and common assessment, as well as improve Housing First service delivery with fidelity to practice, including helping establish an Assertive Community Treatment Team.
The United Way of Saskatoon and Area contracted with OrgCode to help design and implement a Housing First program for the community. This has included program design, contract requirements, data collection tools, and all professional development with the lead agency selected to deliver the program.
Located in Southeast Alberta, MHCHS is the Community Entity responsible for leading the community’s response to ending homelessness. OrgCode worked with all funded organizations in the community to shadow, coach and train staff on how to focus on ending homelessness.