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    Being homeless means you are more vulnerable to the spread of infectious disease than people with housing. The rigours of life on the streets mean that people experiencing homelessness have compromised health and are vulnerable to the spread of infectious disease.

Courses are collections of resources grouped by topic. Some of these range from beginner basics (such as Housing First 101) to specifics in case management (such as working with youth). As the website develops and grows, we will create more self-paced courses with clear learning outcomes (much like the Systems Planning Collective Learning Modules). 

Pro-tip: Did you like a resource or course? "Favourite" it and you can come back to it under My Account.

Course Listings

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    LGBTQ2S youth are overrepresented in the youth homelessness population. It is imperative to created safe spaces for these youth to access services to prevent their homelessness or support their exits out of homelessness.

    This collection of resources offers a range of topics under the umbrella of LGBTQ2S homelessness.

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    Youth homelessness presents unique challenges and opportunities to service providers working with this population. Youth have specific needs due to navigating early stages of development, and increased vulnerability. Additionally, a majority of the adult homelessness population experienced various forms of housing precarity as youth. Specific programs and services catering to youth supports the youth of today and improves homelessness outcomes in the future.