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Preparing Disability Claims is a series of three classes that aid participants in understanding and assisting clients with the disability application process. UHHP is excited to offer this training in both Los Angeles County and Antelope Valley.
A $50 participant training fee covers materials and refreshments for the first two workshops. There is no charge for the third workshop, but participants must have attended the prior two sessions.
1. Steps to Successful Disability Applications - Introductory Course
2. Steps to Successful Disability Applications - Advanced Course
3. Mastering the Disability Application Package
The Los Angeles training will be held on:
May 21 & 22, 2013 9 am - 4 pm
The California Endowment - Sierra Room
1000 N. Alameda Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
The third workshop will be on May 23, 2013 conducted by the Social Security Administration.
Social Security Administration
3750 S Robertson Blvd. Suite 105
Culver City CA 90232
The Antelope Valley training will be held on:
June 10 & 11, 2013 9 am – 4 pm
Paving The Way
44814 Cedar Ave Lancaster, CA 93534
The third workshop will be conducted by the Social Security Administration with the date and location to be announced.
Integrating FQHC Health Care Services with
Permanent Supportive Housing in Los Angeles
UHHP, in collaboration with the Corporation for Supportive Housing, is delighted to announce the publication and availability to download “Integrating FQHC Health Care Services with Permanent Supportive Housing in Los Angeles.” In addition to the pdf version that can be downloaded here, printed copies of the guide can be ordered on the CSH web site (www.csh.org).
The guide focuses on four areas:
- Setting Foundations: Understanding Each Other’s Business
- Three Program Models In Los Angeles
- Developing Service Partnerships
- "Operationalizing" It All
The guide was developed specifically for Los Angeles housing, health care, and other service providers. It is based on leading practices in partnering these organizations to ensure the high level of services required for permanent supportive housing. A training program covering the information in the guide is underdevelopment. UHHP is collecting an interest list for the training on our web site (www.uhhpla.org). Please see below for more information.
We’d love to have your feedback on the guide. Drop a note to email@example.com with your questions, comments, and suggestions.
If you are not yet a UHHP member organization, we welcome your participation and invite you to contact us.
Home For Good
The Action Plan to End Chronic and Veteran Homelessness by 2016
Home For Good is a blueprint to end chronic and veteran homelessness in L.A. County by building the most efficient and effective system in our region's history. It's a plan meant not simply to put an end to someone's life on the streets. Rather, it is designed to provide homes as a means to an individual's vital integration into our communities.
UHHP wishes to acknowledge Roger Marshutz for the use of his images (which have been altered for UHHP's design needs) through the UHHP website.
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