Past Trainings, Webinars, and Events

Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy 

 LI RRH Community Service Panel

 LI RRH Progressive Engagement

 LI RRH Serving Vulnerable Populations

 LI ESG RRH Grant Administration Training

ESG CIP Training with LICH and ICF

Fair Housing and Housing Discrimination 

***Hosted by LI Housing Services

Legal Support Center for Advocates Presentation: Landlord Tenant Law and Eviction During the Pandemic 

***Hosted by Nassau Suffolk Law Services

HUD Office Hours

HUD Mega Waiver

Long Island COVID-19 Webinar

MATCH Training

Coffee with CES

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10:30-12:00: Coffee with the CES Team: an open discussion of the Coordinated Entry System with the LICH CES Team

12:00-2:00 Coalition Building Training: An extension of Coffee with CES this is an opportunity to dialogue with LICH staff regarding the ongoing needs of those working to end homelessness on Long Island.

2:00-2:30: Building tour of the Amityville Community Center

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Ongoing Trainings/Presentations

Community Response Forum

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The Community Response Forum is a monthly topical discussion of local needs, initiatives and resources related to ending homelessness on Long Island. Open to the public, these meetings are attended by field experts as well as key CoC stakeholders and LICH staff who help to guide the discussion and address any questions or concerns raised by those in attendance.  No RSVP is necessary.  The date, time and topic for next months meeting is listed below.

Training Available Upon Request

Supports and Services for People Experiencing Homelessness – An Introduction to HUD, the CoC and LICH

A 101 style introduction into all of the policies and strategies associated with the Department of Housing and Urban Developments initiatives to end homelessness and how those policies and strategies effect homeless services on Long Island.  This training provides detailed information regarding the responsibilities of the Continuum of Care and the Long Island Coalition for the Homeless’ role as the lead agency within the Continuum of Care.