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Maintenance 101 for Housing Workers (Part 1)

Join us for an immersive experience designed to provide the fundamental skills needed to maintain a unit and create positive landlord and client experiences. We’ll dive into tangible solutions, drawing from real-life situations in the field. Crafted specifically for practitioners who provide in home support to individuals who have experienced homelessness, this webinar is packed with the actionable know-how you need to thrive in your role.

Here’s how this webinar can help:

  • Discover proven preventative measures that keep maintenance in check.

  • Work alongside clients for effective fire safety and hoarding strategies.

  • Master comprehensive unit inspections for a welcoming living environment.

  • Learn insider tips for preventative and responsive pest control.

  • Address drain issues quickly and effectively for a leak-free space.

The Details

Two women walking down the street

Date: March 21, 2024
Time: 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm EST
Cost: $50
Format: Virtual Webinar via Zoom

Your Instructors

Darlene Zaifman-Guslits:

Darlene Zaifman-Guslits, Housing Finder at SLWAR, has spent the last eight years working to support women experiencing homelessness involved in survival sex work to search for, secure, move into, and maintain safe, stable housing.

Women’s Advisory Group Members:

Members of the Women’s Advisory Group, women with lived expertise on homelessness, survivors of human trafficking and women engaged in sex work, inform and provide input on the implementation and direction of the SLWAR Model, and share insights, information, and recommendations from the perspective of lived experience when questions regarding participants’ needs or program challenges arise.

Members of our Women’s Advisory Group will be available to answer your questions and share their expertise.