Please pass this on to your friends and colleagues that are working to keep families and individuals in their homes. These agencies are experts, and an ongoing resource for people that need assistance and to know their rights and responsibilities. We all do better when we all do better. We can change the unequal treatment many of us face in the legislature—in the meantime, let’s help our neighbors and families be secure in their homes.
When: February 14. Workshop begins at 8:30 and ends at 12 noon. Pastries, coffee and tea ready at 8am
Where: United Way, 330 N Commerce Park Loop
Presented by Southern Arizona Legal Aid and Southwest Fair Housing Council
For: Case Managers, Employment Specialists, and any other staff and supervisors who assist people who are vulnerable to financial crisis and possible eviction.
This workshop aims to provide human services staff with knowledge to assess a client’s situation and to know when and how to refer to SALA and SWFHC. Seating is limited to 50 so RSVP soon.
Presenting will be Matthew Waterman, Southern Arizona Legal Aid and Cheri Horbacz, Southwest Fair Housing Council.
We hope you’ll take advantage of this opportunity to learn how to communicate and coordinate services with these two organizations for the benefit of your clients.
Please use this link to register. If you have trouble with the link, email Ken Briggs at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, organization, role, (all required) and (optional) a question you’d like answered at the workshop.