Workshop Series 2
Integrating FQHC Health Care Services with Permanent Supportive Housing in Los Angeles
This is the first "Integrating FQHC Healthcare services in Permanent Supportive Housing" workshop series for 2012. The series is designed to be taken in the sequence listed below, please complete the registration process only if you are able to attend all three of the workshops. We encourage you to invite and attend the workshop series with your service partners or potential service partners.
July 31, 2012
Setting Foundations: Understanding Each Other’s Business
The goal of this workshop is to create a common language and understanding regarding business operations among both Permanent Supportive Housing Developers and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC’s). This workshop will define both permanent supportive housing (PSH) and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC’s), explain how financing works for both, as well as define the needs of the target populations for housing developments that seek to integrate health care, mental health care and substance abuse services.
August 27, 2012
Three Program Models in Los Angeles
The goal of this workshop is to increase awareness of the successful project models and finance structures utilized in Los Angeles County. This workshop will explore the three service delivery models currently in operation or planned in Los Angeles, including 1) Project-based services with on-site satellite clinics, 2) Mobile services, and 3) Off-site clinic-based services. We will review the advantages and disadvantages of each model, explore sample budgets and projected Medi-Cal reimbursement related to each model. Attendees will have the opportunity to work on project budgets during the workshop with feedback from facilitators.
September 20, 2012
Developing Service Partnerships
The goal of this workshop is to assist potential collaborative partners “think through” the collaborative structure and mechanisms necessary to support a multi-agency, multi-service project. The topics of this workshop include, building a shared culture, developing project governance structures and designing operational agreements, planning for intra-organizational information sharing, data collection and project evaluation.