April 6, 8, 13 & 15, 2021
Presented by Janice Bainbridge, LCSW
Critical Time Intervention is an evidence-based practice that supports vulnerable populations through challenging times of transition. This model relies upon community integration, resource mobilization, and prioritizes transition-related activities. Transitions can include community reintegration after incarceration, moving from the streets to housing, and other changes that often impact those served by homeless outreach teams and Full Service Partnership programs. Participants can expect to learn about the CTI model and structure. They will learn and develop skills that support critical transitions in life, service coordination, resource mobilization, team functioning, and self-care.