Homelessness (QC) 🚹

$65.00

Duration

3 Hours

Language

English

Method of Delivery

In-Person

What You Will Learn

Accredited & Customized Courses

Course Content

This course content includes the following topics:

  1. Defining Indigenous homelessness
  2. Housing and homelessness
  3. Substance use and homelessness
  4. Pathways out of homelessness
  5. Support services
  6. Government responsibilities for housing

The course includes a quiz, a course evaluation and certificate of completion.

Course Description

This course contains content that is Quebec-specific.

The objective of this course is to equip learners with a solid set of terms and concepts with which to navigate the complex world of homelessness and organizations working to address it. First and foremost, it is crucial to underscore that homelessness is best understood as a failure of multiple systems, rather than an aspect of societies in its own right.

Unpacking and addressing homelessness involves intersections of mental illness, complex trauma, substance use and addiction, poverty, gentrification, and late-stage capitalism. In the case of Indigenous homelessness, intergenerational trauma and colonialism also heavily interact to create further barriers to exiting homelessness.

$65.00

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