TODAY 1-2:15pm research webinar: Addressing Homelessness at Portland State; Villages study


Tim McCormick
 

"Addressing Homelessness at Portland State and in the Broader Portland Community"

Friday, November 12, 2021 - 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM


including discussion of PSU Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative (HRAC)'s in-progress study of a set of Portland pod shelter sites, called villages by their organizers and in their study, and considered by study to represent "village model" of homelessness response.


Event page: https://www.pdx.edu/events/addressing-homelessness-portland-state-and-broader-portland-community


Register: https://pdx.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SFl0ayoNT7eqUxdLYSFn5w


Homelessness panel.png


Dr. Greg Townley (Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and co-founder of PSU’s HRAC)
Dr. Katricia Stewart (recent graduate of the PSU Psychology doctoral program
Emily Leickly and Holly Brot (doctoral students)


Contact:  gtownley@...

REGISTER FOR WEBINAR

Homelessness is one of the most pressing challenges facing our community. In this presentation, we highlight the work of the PSU Department of Psychology and the PSU Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative to address homelessness both within our campus community and in the broader Portland metropolitan area. 

The presentation will begin with an overview by Dr. Greg Townley (Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and co-founder of PSU’s Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative) on the role that action-based research can play in providing evidence-based solutions to homelessness. He and his research team will then describe three studies examining different aspects of homelessness research and service delivery. Dr. Katricia Stewart (recent graduate of the PSU Psychology doctoral program and Senior Policy Analyst at Homebase) will share results from a study of homelessness and housing insecurity among PSU students and employees. Emily Leickly and Holly Brott (current PSU Psychology doctoral students) will then share findings from a recent study of local tiny home villages for individuals transitioning out of homelessness. Finally, Dr. Townley will discuss his work helping to design and evaluate the Portland Street Response, a new branch of Portland’s first responder system that responds to non-emergency calls involving people experiencing homelessness and mental health crisis.

The 60-minute presentation will be followed by a 15-minute Q&A session inviting attendees to ask questions about this work.  

REGISTER FOR WEBINAR

The Applying Psychology in Portland Speaker Series is hosted by the Department of Psychology at Portland State University with support from the CLAS Dean’s Office. The goal of the Speaker Series is to highlight the ways that faculty and students from the Department of Psychology are making a difference in the lives of people in the Portland area.


--
Tim McCormick
Housing Alternatives Network
+1 503.334.1894. Zoom personal room.
Director Oregon Cooperative Housing Network, Editor at HousingWiki,
Organizer at Village Collaborative


Taffy Everts
 

Sorry I missed this. Is there a recording of the Webinar that PSU can share?

 

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Subject: [pdxshelterforum] TODAY 1-2:15pm research webinar: Addressing Homelessness at Portland State; Villages study

 

"Addressing Homelessness at Portland State and in the Broader Portland Community"

Friday, November 12, 2021 - 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

 

including discussion of PSU Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative (HRAC)'s in-progress study of a set of Portland pod shelter sites, called villages by their organizers and in their study, and considered by study to represent "village model" of homelessness response.

 

Event page: https://www.pdx.edu/events/addressing-homelessness-portland-state-and-broader-portland-community

 

Register: https://pdx.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SFl0ayoNT7eqUxdLYSFn5w

 

 

Dr. Greg Townley (Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and co-founder of PSU’s HRAC)
Dr. Katricia Stewart (recent graduate of the PSU Psychology doctoral program
Emily Leickly and Holly Brot (doctoral students)

 

Contact:  gtownley@...

REGISTER FOR WEBINAR

Homelessness is one of the most pressing challenges facing our community. In this presentation, we highlight the work of the PSU Department of Psychology and the PSU Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative to address homelessness both within our campus community and in the broader Portland metropolitan area. 

The presentation will begin with an overview by Dr. Greg Townley (Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and co-founder of PSU’s Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative) on the role that action-based research can play in providing evidence-based solutions to homelessness. He and his research team will then describe three studies examining different aspects of homelessness research and service delivery. Dr. Katricia Stewart (recent graduate of the PSU Psychology doctoral program and Senior Policy Analyst at Homebase) will share results from a study of homelessness and housing insecurity among PSU students and employees. Emily Leickly and Holly Brott (current PSU Psychology doctoral students) will then share findings from a recent study of local tiny home villages for individuals transitioning out of homelessness. Finally, Dr. Townley will discuss his work helping to design and evaluate the Portland Street Response, a new branch of Portland’s first responder system that responds to non-emergency calls involving people experiencing homelessness and mental health crisis.

The 60-minute presentation will be followed by a 15-minute Q&A session inviting attendees to ask questions about this work.  

REGISTER FOR WEBINAR

The Applying Psychology in Portland Speaker Series is hosted by the Department of Psychology at Portland State University with support from the CLAS Dean’s Office. The goal of the Speaker Series is to highlight the ways that faculty and students from the Department of Psychology are making a difference in the lives of people in the Portland area.


--

Tim McCormick
Housing Alternatives Network

+1 503.334.1894. Zoom personal room.

Director Oregon Cooperative Housing Network, Editor at HousingWiki,
Organizer at Village Collaborative


Andrew Olshin
 

Hi. Was this recorded?

Thanks, 
Andy Olshin

On Nov 12, 2021, at 4:14 PM, Tim McCormick <tmccormick@...> wrote:



"Addressing Homelessness at Portland State and in the Broader Portland Community"

Friday, November 12, 2021 - 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM


including discussion of PSU Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative (HRAC)'s in-progress study of a set of Portland pod shelter sites, called villages by their organizers and in their study, and considered by study to represent "village model" of homelessness response.


Event page: https://www.pdx.edu/events/addressing-homelessness-portland-state-and-broader-portland-community


Register: https://pdx.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SFl0ayoNT7eqUxdLYSFn5w


Homelessness panel.png


Dr. Greg Townley (Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and co-founder of PSU’s HRAC)
Dr. Katricia Stewart (recent graduate of the PSU Psychology doctoral program
Emily Leickly and Holly Brot (doctoral students)


Contact:  gtownley@...

REGISTER FOR WEBINAR

Homelessness is one of the most pressing challenges facing our community. In this presentation, we highlight the work of the PSU Department of Psychology and the PSU Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative to address homelessness both within our campus community and in the broader Portland metropolitan area. 

The presentation will begin with an overview by Dr. Greg Townley (Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and co-founder of PSU’s Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative) on the role that action-based research can play in providing evidence-based solutions to homelessness. He and his research team will then describe three studies examining different aspects of homelessness research and service delivery. Dr. Katricia Stewart (recent graduate of the PSU Psychology doctoral program and Senior Policy Analyst at Homebase) will share results from a study of homelessness and housing insecurity among PSU students and employees. Emily Leickly and Holly Brott (current PSU Psychology doctoral students) will then share findings from a recent study of local tiny home villages for individuals transitioning out of homelessness. Finally, Dr. Townley will discuss his work helping to design and evaluate the Portland Street Response, a new branch of Portland’s first responder system that responds to non-emergency calls involving people experiencing homelessness and mental health crisis.

The 60-minute presentation will be followed by a 15-minute Q&A session inviting attendees to ask questions about this work.  

REGISTER FOR WEBINAR

The Applying Psychology in Portland Speaker Series is hosted by the Department of Psychology at Portland State University with support from the CLAS Dean’s Office. The goal of the Speaker Series is to highlight the ways that faculty and students from the Department of Psychology are making a difference in the lives of people in the Portland area.


--
Tim McCormick
Housing Alternatives Network
+1 503.334.1894. Zoom personal room.
Director Oregon Cooperative Housing Network, Editor at HousingWiki,
Organizer at Village Collaborative


Peter Finley Fry
 

The PSU presentation was very interesting. I would not have known about it if it was not for pdxshelterforum. Thank you. 

Peter Finley Fry
303 NW Uptown Terrace #1B
Portland, Oregon 97210
503 703-8033 

On Nov 14, 2021, at 10:09 AM, Andrew Olshin via groups.io <Andrew.Olshin@...> wrote:

 Hi. Was this recorded?

Thanks, 
Andy Olshin

On Nov 12, 2021, at 4:14 PM, Tim McCormick <tmccormick@...> wrote:



"Addressing Homelessness at Portland State and in the Broader Portland Community"

Friday, November 12, 2021 - 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM


including discussion of PSU Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative (HRAC)'s in-progress study of a set of Portland pod shelter sites, called villages by their organizers and in their study, and considered by study to represent "village model" of homelessness response.


Event page: https://www.pdx.edu/events/addressing-homelessness-portland-state-and-broader-portland-community


Register: https://pdx.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SFl0ayoNT7eqUxdLYSFn5w


<Homelessness panel.png>


Dr. Greg Townley (Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and co-founder of PSU’s HRAC)
Dr. Katricia Stewart (recent graduate of the PSU Psychology doctoral program
Emily Leickly and Holly Brot (doctoral students)


Contact:  gtownley@...

REGISTER FOR WEBINAR

Homelessness is one of the most pressing challenges facing our community. In this presentation, we highlight the work of the PSU Department of Psychology and the PSU Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative to address homelessness both within our campus community and in the broader Portland metropolitan area. 

The presentation will begin with an overview by Dr. Greg Townley (Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and co-founder of PSU’s Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative) on the role that action-based research can play in providing evidence-based solutions to homelessness. He and his research team will then describe three studies examining different aspects of homelessness research and service delivery. Dr. Katricia Stewart (recent graduate of the PSU Psychology doctoral program and Senior Policy Analyst at Homebase) will share results from a study of homelessness and housing insecurity among PSU students and employees. Emily Leickly and Holly Brott (current PSU Psychology doctoral students) will then share findings from a recent study of local tiny home villages for individuals transitioning out of homelessness. Finally, Dr. Townley will discuss his work helping to design and evaluate the Portland Street Response, a new branch of Portland’s first responder system that responds to non-emergency calls involving people experiencing homelessness and mental health crisis.

The 60-minute presentation will be followed by a 15-minute Q&A session inviting attendees to ask questions about this work.  

REGISTER FOR WEBINAR

The Applying Psychology in Portland Speaker Series is hosted by the Department of Psychology at Portland State University with support from the CLAS Dean’s Office. The goal of the Speaker Series is to highlight the ways that faculty and students from the Department of Psychology are making a difference in the lives of people in the Portland area.


--
Tim McCormick
Housing Alternatives Network
+1 503.334.1894. Zoom personal room.
Director Oregon Cooperative Housing Network, Editor at HousingWiki,
Organizer at Village Collaborative