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.

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

Trauma-Informed Care

Housing First & Harm Reduction

Racial Equity & Homelessness

Motivational Interviewing


Advanced Courses

Multi-day classroom and/or web-based training focused on adapting programmatic and organizational practices. Organizations will identify 1-2 leads for additional leadership development to serve as leads for internal communities of practice. Two tracks will run concurrently for 6 months to include cohorts of 5 to 6 agencies per track.

Track 1: Trauma-Informed Care

Track 2: Motivational Interviewing

More details coming on future tracks which include:

  • Racial Equity
  • Housing First & Harm Reduction

Organizational Development Seminars

Designed for supervisors & agency leadership to enhance leadership skills. Content will include application to homeless housing & service delivery.

Change Management for Leaders

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.