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The Center for Urban Community Services (CUCS) Housing Resource Center provides technical assistance and training to organizations throughout the country to help build their capacity to serve people who are homeless, particularly those with special needs. Using knowledge gained from CUCS’ innovative models of housing, including the Times Square, Prince George and hundreds of organizations throughout the country, CUCS TA services are individualized to meet agency needs and goals. Assistance is offered in all phases of supportive housing project development and implementation, including organizational development and management, structuring partnerships between organizations, developing a service program, designing employment services, quality assurance and program evaluation, community needs assessments, and planning and systems change. CUCS has worked with a range of organizations including social service and treatment providers, transitional and permanent supportive housing providers, property managers, and Federal, state, and local governments. CUCS training and technical assistance interventions are targeted to all levels of staff including executive, administrative, supervisory, and line workers to help ensure coordinated, systemic, and enduring change.
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