Successful Relationships for Housing for Homeless Households and Social Services Clients

FREE Education Offering:

“Successful Relationships for Housing for Homeless Households and Social Services Clients”

The Rapid Rehousing Partnership, a collaborative program of Coordinated Care Services, Inc., The Monroe County Department of Human Services, Alternatives for Battered Women, SpirtusChristi Prison Outreach, The Center for Youth Services, The Housing Council at Pathstone, Wilson Commencement Park and the YWCA is pleased to announce the  availability of a free educational workshop for landlords and property managers, “Successful Relationships for Housing for Homeless Households and Social Services Clients”.

This workshop will be offered monthly, with the next workshop scheduled for:

Thursday, October 23rd

8:00 – 9:30 AM


The Housing Council at Pathstone

75 College Avenue (United Way Building) Eastman Room

As part of the community’s efforts to eliminate homelessness, a Rapid Rehousing approach is being used more and more to quickly move households from homelessness to stable permanent housing. The Rapid Rehousing Partnership Program provides the needed support for both the households moving into permanent housing and the landlords who are renting units for our clients.

 This workshop offering is aimed at providing landlords and property managers with the information needed to have positive working relationships and experiences with the Department of Human Services, our Rapid Rehousing Program and their tenants. This workshop is interactive; time is available to answer any questions you may have!

The workshop is delivered by representatives of the Monroe County Department of Human Services and the Rapid Rehousing Partnership. Topics include:

  • Rapid Rehousing Supports for Landlords and Tenant
  • Navigating the DHS Process
  • Landlord Statements
  • Direct Rent Payments
  • Landlord Tenant Security Agreement and Improvements in Claims Process
  • Working with DHS to Address Concerns
  • Property Inspections and Violations

Participation in the session is limited to 25 participants. Additional offering of this workshop will be scheduled on a monthly basis. To register for the August 26th session, please complete the attached registration form and return via fax or e-mail to:



Fax: 585-328-5211

The newly revised DHS Publication, “Renting to Monroe County Temporary Assistance Clients – 2014” may be accessed by following the link:

Thank you and we hope that you will be able to attend this Educational Workshop!