All Home and our partners are engaged in a multi-year system transformation process, shifting our services and housing to be person-centered, housing-focused, low barrier, and data-driven, all aimed at reducing racial disparities and making homelessness rare, brief and one-time.
Shifting to a new approach requires collaboration and participation from all partners in ending homelessness, including funders and housing and homeless service providers as well as philanthropic and cross-system partners. Shifting how we work at the governance and street levels, continuously learning from data, provider experience, and direct client feedback, requires significant effort and outside support. All Home is committed to supporting our entire continuum through these changes and will be using a Capacity Building Plan as the platform to carry out the training, technical assistance, and community dialogues that are necessary to make these shifts.
All Home is making training and technical assistance available to our community. More information can be found here.
Materials from past All Home-sponsored learning events can also be found here.