Training and Technical Assistance

All Home is committed to providing support in the form of training and technical assistance to organizations serving people experiencing homelessness. These learning opportunities are a response to input and requests made by local partners and reinforce local priorities and National best practices.

We believe robust professional development and a culture of accountability and practice will lead to improved outcomes for people experiencing homelessness and improved program and system performance.

Guiding Principles

  • All learning opportunities will integrate Racial Equity & Housing First principles
  • People of color and local experts will be included in the planning and execution of learning opportunities
  • Communities of practice will be organized around learning concepts
  • Training content will be relevant and applicable to homeless housing
  • Learning opportunities will include classroom and web-based formats
  • Learning opportunities will be refined and/or added based on participant and community feedback

If you have questions about the training or technical assistance offerings, please contact: Triina Van (email).

Introductory Courses

Classroom workshops for new staff (and/or refreshers). Workshops are designed to introduce attendees to key concepts and develop and refine skills.

All Home believes in the importance of making high quality, relevant trainings available to local providers serving people experiencing homelessness. Due to a recent drop in attendance and the need to be responsible stewards of public dollars, All Home is charging a refundable deposit of $18 for people at time of registration. These funds will be refunded to attendees of the training within 2 business days after the event. If you do not attend the event, the funds will not be refunded.

Cancellations: Refunds will be made for cancellations at least 2 business days in advance of the event. Refunds will not be made for cancellations with less than 2 business days’ notice.

If the deposit is prohibitive of your attendance, please contact A waiver may be available.

Homeless Housing & Services in King County: The “System” Explained

Trauma-Informed Care

Housing First  (new session announced!)

Racial Equity & Homelessness

Motivational Interviewing


All Home is making $100,000 available to offer individualized technical assistance to local nonprofits providing housing and services to people experiencing homelessness. The submission deadline for letters of interest passed (on 8/31).

More information will be shared in the coming weeks. If you have any questions, please contact Triina Van.