Coordinated Access initiatives strive to effectively triage and match clients to services within their community as essential components of well-coordinated homeless-serving systems.
In this webinar, Dr. Alina Turner (Turner Strategies) will provide an overview of CA Models and promising practices, with on-the-ground examples showing the diversity of approaches in practice. To this end, colleagues from Alberta will speak to local CA models, adaptations, and learnings.
Participants will hear from: Kevin McNichol (Calgary Homeless Foundation), Susan McGee (Homeward Trust) Jaime Rogers (Medicine Hat Community Housing Society), Franklin Kutuadu (City of Red Deer).
Amanda Buchnea (A Way Home) and Kaite Burkholder Harris (Canadian Observatory on Homelessness), will discuss how to bring a youth lens into Coordinated Access systems in order to further strengthen your community’s prevention efforts.
You are invited to participate in a half-day forum to begin building the Niagara Data Repository and Refinery tool; and provide input to Ontario’s Open Government Action Plan 2020.
9:00 Building the Niagara Data Repository and Refinery Tool
- Data Landscape in Niagara Environmental Scan
- Canadian Open Data Summit in Niagara, Nov. 7-9, 2018
- Niagara Data Repository and Refinery Tool: Governance, architecture, construction steps
10:45-12:30 Open Government Action Plan 2020 Workshop and Working Lunch
- Provide input to the Open Government team of the Ontario Treasury Board Secretariat on the challenges and opportunities on public engagement, inclusive and accessible open government and access to valuable information
This event is hosted by Niagara Connects.