You are about to embark on the work of a lifetime. If your community is committed to ending homelessness, the documents below will provide you with everything you need to get started.
Collecting person-specific data is the key to ending homelessness for our most vulnerable (and often anonymous) homeless neighbours. A Registry Week is a coordinated outreach and triage assessment process to develop actionable data on every person experiencing homelessness. They are the organizing backbone of the 20,000 Homes Campaign.
This free toolkit walks communities step-by-step through the planning and execution of a local Registry Week. In this toolkit we also include a range of forms and templates you can use in your own Registry Week. All 2018 Joint PiT/Registry and Registry Week Guides and surveys are included in this Registry Week Quick Links Document.
For a quick training overview, see the Registry Week Boot Camp train the trainer presentation – Click here to view or download the training presentation. You may also find it helpful to refer to Australia’s Registry Week Toolkit.
The toolkit contains a variety of printable and editable files in various formats for you to use. If you have any difficulty downloading or accessing these files, please contact us.
All documents mentioned in each section can be found in the “Downloads” area at the bottom of each page. Alternatively, you can download the complete Registry Week Toolkit at the bottom of this page. All 2018 Joint PiT/Registry and Registry Week Guides and surveys are included in this Registry Week Quick Links Document.
Download ALL the resources in the current Registry Week Toolkit (above).
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