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CARES of NY, Inc. Presents:

Link to Partners in Progress workshop information

Postponed 2020 Workshops:

This Workshop has been postponed.  CARES will be in touch upon rescheduling.  Please direct any questions to Maggie Watson.

Collaboration across public workforce and homeless service systems may be the key to begin addressing the cycles of unemployment and homelessness; both systems are dedicated to working with individuals experiencing homelessness and unstably housed job seekers. How can we better serve our clients in gaining access to employment?  Please join CARES of NY, Inc. for an awareness-building presentation and interactive panel discussion to hear about best practices, myths to dispel and available resources; followed by Q&A and net-working sessions.

Date/Time:  TBD

In Person Location:   200 Henry Johnson Blvd; 2nd Floor Community Room  Parking available behind CARES building & across Henry Johnson Blvd. behind Roy’s Caribbean Restaurant (both off Third Street)

Live Webstream:        Register here

Target Audience:       All Levels of Public Workforce and Homeless Services Staff who interface with clients

2020 Workshops:

Join CARES for a Partners in Progress Workshop on The Rising Crisis of Aged Homelessness.

During this workshop, participants will watch 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 will follow the webinar.  Please note – the workshop will also be available via live stream – register here. 

This workshop is intended for all levels of staffing.

Parking is available in the lot behind the CARES building and across Henry Johnson Blvd. behind Roy’s Caribbean Restaurant (both off Third Street). 

Join CARES for a Partners in Progress Workshop on the 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 will share 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 will follow the presentation. Seating is limited; first come first served. Light breakfast will be provided. For those unable to join in person, the presentation will be recorded and posted on CARES website shortly after the event.

This workshop is intended for all levels of staffing.

Parking is available in the lot behind the CARES building and across Henry Johnson Blvd. behind Roy’s Caribbean Restaurant (both off Third Street). 

Materials from the Workshop:

2019 Workshops: