NAEH Toolkit: Prevention and Shelter Diversion
The National Alliance to End Homelessness has released a Prevention and Shelter Diversion Toolkit, the companion to the Coordinated Assessment Toolkit. This new toolkit provides more specific guidance on best practices when it comes to shelter diversion and prevention and includes materials on assessment for prevention/diversion eligibility and targeting strategies, as well as specific community examples of implementation. Communities should use this information to help them continue to develop and refine their coordinated assessment processes. Communities without coordinated assessment in place will still find the materials useful in helping them improve the way they serve at-risk and homeless households.
Please visit the NAEH website to access the toolkit.
Source: National Alliance to End Homelessness