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Partners in Progress

at CARES of NY, Inc.

A Workshop Series

Partners in Progress is a workshop series developed by CARES of NY, Inc. that focuses on supporting Continuum of Care work to address homelessness through learning about best practices and coordinating with systems partners. The topics come from our partners and Continuums of Care - recommendations based on innovative practices that Upstate New York communities want to learn more about, discuss informally, and derive next steps for action.
Partners in Progress workshops are open to all levels of staffing, as well as to systems partners (such as those in the healthcare, foster care, criminal justice, affordable housing, or government fields) interested in learning more about innovative practices to address homelessness. We hope you find them of benefit.

2021 Workshops

The COVID-19 Vaccine: Dispelling Myths & Building Confidence

Friends at cafe disinfecting their hands with hand sanitizer

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email including details about joining the workshop.

Many thanks to CDPHP for their sponsorship of this presentation

Date: Friday, February 19th
Time: 10:00 - 11:00 am
Target Audience: All Levels of Staff in Homeless Housing and Services Agencies and interested partners across all disciplines

Ali Skinner (Vice President - Communications Strategy, CDPHP) will facilitate this awareness-building presentation with Dr. Adetutu Adetona, Physician and Director, Lansingburgh Family Practice, and Dr. Brenda Robinson, CEO, Black Nurses Coalition, Inc, who will share best practices, dispel myths, and increase confidence around the COVID-19 vaccine.

Meeting Resources

Learn more about the Workshop Presenters

Adetutu Adetona, MD

Bio/Profile

CDPHP Press Release

Workshop Archives

Workshop Description

Participants watched a webinar produced by the California Elder Justice Coalition on Homelessness in Older Adults: Causes, Consequences & Prevention featuring Dr. Margot Kushel from the University of California, San Francisco. Facilitated discussion immediately followed the viewing of the webinar.

This workshop was intended for all levels of staffing.

Workshop Description

Changes to Landlord / Tenant Rights in 2019.

During this workshop, staff attorneys from the Legal Aid Society of Northeastern NY, David Crossman and Anthony Mohen  reviewed the details about recent changes to the Real Property Law (e.g., lawful vs. unlawful evictions, landlord/tenant responsibilities, rental assistance protections, the importance of eviction prevention). Q&A immediately followed the presentation.

This workshop was intended for all levels of staffing.

Workshop Materials