With generous support from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving and the Melville Charitable Trust, CSH recently launched a new series of trainings and events designed for supportive housing providers across Connecticut. Beyond Housing Stability was kicked off on September 13 with an in-person training in Hartford on Eviction Prevention for Single Site Supportive Housing Developments.
The next training on October 30, 2017 from 9:30am-11:30am will feature the Connecticut Legal Rights Project (CLRP) presenting: Navigating the Eviction Process and Accessing Legal Assistance.
This in-person training is designed to teach providers about the eviction process and tenant rights/landlord responsibilities. Nicole Seawright, with the Connecticut Legal Rights Project (CLRP), will provide participants with strategies they can use with their tenants prior to the landlord filing an eviction, the nuts and bolts of the eviction process once it has started, and when and how to access appropriate legal services. This training will also cover how to identify and address housing discrimination or other problems, accommodations, and modifications in order to secure and sustain housing.
Date: October 30, 2017
Location: CT Nonprofit Center
Charter Oak/Sheldon Conference Room
75 Charter Oak Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106
Presenter: Nicole Seawright, Connecticut Legal Rights Project (CLRP)
Who should attend: Supervisors and frontline staff from agencies providing supportive housing, interested others
How to register: Click here to register through CSH’s Supportive Housing Training Center. After you click on the link, click on “Request.” From there you’ll be prompted to create an account. If you already have an account through CSH’s Supportive Housing Training Center, scroll down to “login here” and sign in. Please reach out to Jessica Park via email at email@example.com if you have any questions.