The Self-Sufficiency Research Clearinghouse will hold a webinar:
Beyond Housing Policy: Human Service Policies to Address Housing Instability
Wednesday, March 7, 2 pm – 3:30 pm.
This webinar will focus on how social services, specifically the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), child support, and ex-offender reentry programs can potentially reduce housing instability among low-income and vulnerable populations.
Click here to register!
The Fair Housing and Civil Rights Conference is taking place April 12-13 this year. Information and registration is now available. You can learn more and register by going here!
Please see below from UMassMedical and Work Without Limits:
The Nuts & Bolts of SSI & SSDI, Public Health Insurance & Other Public Benefits
This training focuses on how earnings from work affects SSI, SSDI, Medicaid, Medicare and other public benefits such as subsidized housing and food stamps. This training also includes an extensive review of the work incentives associated with each benefit and how they can be leveraged to assist individuals with disabilities to transition into employment or increase earnings without jeopardizing benefits.
This training has been approved for 10.5 Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) CE hours!
Employment providers; case managers and rehabilitation counselors. Participants should attend both days to gain a firm understanding.
Date & Location:
- 03/06/18 – 03/07/18; Shrewsbury, MA
- 04/03/18 – 04/04/18; Hyannis, MA
- 04/18/18 – 04/19/18; Pittsfield, MA
- 05/09/18 – 05/10/18; Dedham, MA
Day 1 – 08:30AM – 04:00PM
Day 2 – 08:30AM – 12:30PM
Class size is limited to 30 participants. Cost per person is $250.
Breakfast will be provided. Attendees are responsible for lunch.
If you have questions, contact Brian Forsythe at (508) 856-2513 orBrian.Forsythe@umassmed.edu.
The national Institute for Children, Poverty and Homelessness (ICPH) is sponsoring a “National Conversation on Child Homelessness and Poverty” January 10-12 in New York City.
To learn more, go here.