Network Workshops

The Network is proud to host a variety of virtual workshops that are tailored to the specific needs of the supportive housing community. See our upcoming and past workshops below.

Upcoming Workshops

Rent Stabilization and Scattered Site Supportive Housing – Part J on the Ground
Tuesday, October 13th at 10:30 AM


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Join the Supportive Housing Network of New York and the Legal Aid Society for an interactive training to learn about the rights of scattered site supportive housing providers and tenants under Part J of the Tenant Stabilization and Protection Act enacted in 2019.

Josh Goldfein, The Legal Aid Society

Past Workshops

CAPS Redesign Presentation

The Network partnered with NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA) to present updates on the new NYC Coordinated Assessment and Placement System (CAPS).

The PACT system is being redesigned to better incorporate the HUD requirements for Coordinated Entry. The new CAPS system will allow for many new functions for housing providers to receive electronic referrals for vacant units, for referring agencies to submit more complete supportive housing applications, and much more.

The CAPS redesign will be implemented in October 2020, and HRA would like all providers to preview the new enhancements to the system.

Craig Retchless, Assistant Deputy Commissioner, NYC Human Resources Administration
Robin Pagliuco, Director of Coordinated Entry, NYC Human Resources Administration

Parenting Journey & Integrating Self-Compassion as a Standard of Care 

The Network hosted a workshop with Parenting Journey on integrating self compassion as a standard of care. Parenting Journey helps parents and caregivers increase their confidence, capability, and resiliency as individuals and as parents. While their programs have always emphasized the importance of self-care to promote family well-being, they have re-examined their strategies and elevated self-compassion in their practices to reflect the needs of the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement.  Read more about the panel here

Doctors Without Borders: Supportive Housing & COVID-19

During COVID-19, the Network partnered with Doctors Without Borders (DWB) to work with supportive housing providers to offer advice on infection protection and control, isolation strategies, safety protocols for symptomatic tenants as well as through fielding other heath related questions.

Doctors Without Borders' Michelle Mays and Alaina Deans presented on both best practices as well as what they'd learned in their stay in New York City, specifically as it pertained to supportive housing. Read more about the panel here