C4 Experts Present at National Behavioral Health Conference

April 2017—C4 leadership and staff are presenting at the 2017 National Council for Behavioral Health conference in Seattle, WA.

Jeff Olivet, CEO, and Marc Dones, Associate of Equity Initiatives & Diversity, are presenting a TED-Style Talk about “A House Divided No More: Six Steps to End Racial Inequity in Housing & Homelessness” on Monday, April 3 […]

Congressional Briefing on Recovery Housing

March 2017—C4 leadership and staff are participating in “Recovery Housing Briefing: Effectiveness, Challenges and Opportunities” on March 22 in the U.S. Capitol Visitor’s Center (Washington, DC). Recovery housing offers sober, safe, and healthy living environments and plays a critical role in the community fabric of housing and recovery support services.

The conference is hosted by the […]

TICOMETER: Tool to Measure Trauma-Informed Care in Organizations

March 2017–t3 (think. teach. transform.) announces the latest release of the TICOMETER©, a tool that measures the degree to which an organization is engaged in trauma-informed practices. It evaluates an organization’s needs and progress in implementing trauma-informed care and ensuring its sustainability. It is the first psychometrically-validated instrument that measures the levels of trauma-informed care […]

SPARC Syracuse Launches to Address Race & Homelessness

March 2017—African Americans are more likely to become homeless than people of other racial or ethnic backgrounds in Syracuse, NY and across the country. During its January Point-in-Time Count, the Housing and Homeless Coalition of Central New York found more than half of the 440 people experiencing homelessness in Onondaga County were racial and ethnic […]