Pathways Vermont Technical Assistance and Training: Since 2010, Pathways Vermont has been providing training and technical assistance to a variety of individuals and agencies around the world. Our goals include: supporting new programs to implement Housing First with high fidelity to the evidence-based practice, supporting systems-change to end homelessness in communities across the world, and providing a foundation for a human connection approach to service delivery.
Clients have included groups from the Netherlands, Ireland, Spain, Bhutan, England, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.
We offer training and support in the following areas:
- Housing First
- Housing First: 101
- Rural Adaptation
- Adapting Housing First to Corrections
- Technology and Telehealth
- Medicaid Billing and Sustainability
- Budgeting, Grants, and the Role of Housing Authorities
- Site Visits and Field Experience
- The Home Visit
- Housing and working with Landlords
- Innovative Mental Health Services
- Peer Approach 101
- Harm Reduction
- Having Difficult Conversations
- Trauma Informed Care
- Soteria Model for First Episode Psychosis
- Person-Centered Service Planning
Visiting: Pathways Vermont accepts and encourages visitors interested in training to our offices in Vermont. Please reach out to [email protected] for more information.
Meet Our Trainers:
Hilary is the founding Executive Director of Pathways Vermont. She has 20 plus years experience managing non-profit programs including the first Housing First project under Dr. Sam Tsemberis in New York City in 1992. Hilary is passionate about human rights, social justice and building solutions that are research based, effective, and efficient. She is a published poet, and writes a monthly blog.
Rebeka has been with Pathways Vermont since its inception in 2009. She is committed to human rights, opportunities for all, and individual choice. Prior to her work with Pathways she taught as a Peace Corps volunteer in Batangas, Philippines and worked with Disability Rights Vermont.
Housing First Program Director
Lindsay has over 7 years of experience leading Housing First programs at Pathways Vermont. Prior to that, Lindsay worked with people experiencing homelessness in New York City in shelters and soup kitchens throughout the city. Lindsay holds a Master’s Degree in Sociology from New York University. She currently serves as the Director of Housing First Programs at Pathways Vermont and looks forward to ending homelessness in the state.