UHHP Homeless Services Training Institute
Providing a comprehensive array of training and technical assistance
Homeless Services Case Management Institute
United Homeless Healthcare Partners was formed in 2006 as a network of service providers and advocacy organizations. Our primary focus is on building the capacity of organizations to meet the needs of people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County.
As the region develops the social and political will to address the crisis of homelessness among our residents, UHHP’s role is to provide training and technical support to those that deliver services in housing, health, mental health, substance abuse treatment, and other areas of support.
Cohort 11 begins January 17th
Trainers are leaders from homeless services agencies across Los Angeles County. Cohorts are limited to 25 participants so that there is plenty of opportunity for participant practice of new skills.
Case Manager Training Cohort 12
Cas Manager Training Cohort 12 begins in March
Leading People, Managing Work
This six-module training was designed for homeless services supervisors, managers, and directors. It builds skills in organizational leadership and communications, along with a focus on supervising teams, balancing work and priorities, measuring results, performance management, coaching, and leading change.
This four-module training program is designed to cover the content of the Homeless Services Case Manager training at a high level, while addressing the role of the supervisor to reinforce effective practices and to coach and counsel to improve or reward performance.
Incarceration & Reentry
January 26 - 27, 2017
This workshop is designed for homeless services case managers who work with or are assigned to jail in-reach projects and housing programs for formerly incarcerated individuals.
UHHP is a project of Homeless Health Care Los Angeles, which provides comprehensive programs for people in need of health, mental health, housing, or quality of life services. These programs bring those who are seeking housing, substance use, and mental health treatment through the doors of HHCLA and provide a fully integrated harm reduction program with the goal of obtaining overall health and improved well-being.