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Coordinating Property Management and Social Services in Supportive Housing
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This curriculum is part of the Supportive Housing Training Series, put out by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This training examines the elements of an effective working relationship between property management and supportive services, whether or not they are provided by one or two separate organizations. The goal of this training is for providers to better understand some of the common pitfalls in the relationship between management and services and to learn strategies to facilitate better collaboration and coordination. At the end of this training, participants will be better able to identify the goals and roles of management and services, recognize areas of shared responsibility, develop strategies that will facilitate effective communication and coordination, and understand the rationale for separating management and service functions. (Authors)
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2003
Washington, D.C.
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