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DVST 306-1 Basic Skills and Practice for Working with Individuals who are Vulnerable and Homeless


The course will not be meeting on campus, but the synchronous times/days of this course will continue. Please contact Shelly Sylvester for further information

This course will focus on basic skills and practice when working with individuals who are vulnerable and/or experiencing homelessness. It will explore the challenges faced by individuals who are vulnerable and homeless, such as lack of education and job skills, poor mental and physical health, and addictions. It will also address the importance of case management, its components, and effectiveness. The course is meant to prepare at-risk persons in this population to provide competent and client-centered help.

Note - this class is also cross-listed as PS 306.

PO 121, So 121, or permission of the department.