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PD-9000.6650 Pet Tracking Microchips Add "Pet Chipping" and "Pet Microchipping" as use references. CHANGE 08/09/21
PH-6200.1860 Diversity Awareness Training DEFINITION UPDATE: Programs that offer workshops, discussion groups and other types of training which focus on the knowledge and interpersonal skills that participants may need in order to work and live comfortably and effectively with people, for example, who have different cultural or religious backgrounds or sexual orientations, or who live with disabilities or represent a different age group. The training typically helps participants clarify their own values and attitudes and understand how these condition their expectations of and reactions to others. It may also include material that addresses the similarities and differences between two (or more) specific cultures and helps participants understand the perspectives, customs, history, use of language and other aspects of the other culture in order to help prevent cultural differences from becoming barriers to communication, interaction and appreciation. CHANGE 08/05/21
BH-3800.1480 CFPB Rental Assistance Finder An online tool designed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to help tenants and landlords identify rental assistance options in their area including emergency assistance that can be used to cover rent, utilities and other housing costs. See also Disaster Specific Rent Assistance (TH-2900.6500-200), Emergency Related Eviction/Foreclosure Moratoriums (BH-3800.1900), Eviction Prevention Legal Assistance (FT-4500.1800), Rent Payment Assistance (BH-3800.7000). = CFPB Rental Assistance Locator = CFPB Rental Assistance Tool NOTE: U.S. only. NEW 08/03/21
BH-0500.7000 Rapid Re-Housing Programs U.S. DEFINITION: Programs that help individuals and families experiencing episodic or transitional (as opposed to chronic) homelessness transition more quickly out of the shelter system or avoid it altogether, and move into permanent housing ideally within 30 days of becoming homeless. Rapid re-housing assistance is generally offered without preconditions (such as employment, income, absence of criminal record, or sobriety) and the resources and services provided are typically tailored to the unique needs of each household. Services include housing search and selection support, assistance in negotiating the terms of a lease, short term rent subsidies and move-in assistance, individualized case management after the individual/family has moved into the home, ongoing crisis prevention and crisis management services as needed, facilitated access to community resources (e.g., benefits, employment) and other supportive services. (Activate for Canada) CANADIAN DEFINITION: Programs that help individuals and families experiencing episodic or transitional (as opposed to chronic) homelessness transition more quickly out of the shelter system or avoid it altogether, and move into permanent housing ideally within 30 days of becoming homeless. Rapid re-housing assistance is generally offered without preconditions (such as employment, income, absence of criminal record, or sobriety) and the resources and services provided are typically tailored to the unique needs of each household. Services include housing search and selection support, assistance in negotiating the terms of a lease, short term rent subsidies and move-in assistance, individualized case management after the individual/family has moved into the home, ongoing crisis prevention and crisis management services as needed, facilitated access to community resources (e.g., benefits, employment) and other supportive services. CHANGE 08/03/21
BH-0500.3100 Homeless Diversion Programs (Activate for Canada) Programs that help people seeking shelter identify immediate alternate housing arrangements (e.g., a shared housing arrangement, reestablished lease arrangements with a previous landlord, moving in with friends/relatives) and if necessary connect them with services (such as short term case management, conflict mediation and moving in expenses) to help them return to permanent housing. The main difference between diversion and other permanent housing-focused interventions centers on the point at which intervention occurs. Prevention targets people at imminent risk of homelessness, diversion targets people as they are applying for entry into shelter, and rapid re-housing targets people who are already homeless. CHANGE 08/03/21
DF-7000.8425 Travel Registration Temporary programs requiring pre-registration for any international, inter-regional or inter-provincial/territorial travel for the purpose of communicable disease control, particularly regarding COVID-19. Individuals may be required to show a receipt for such registration before they are allowed to cross a border. Other restrictions may apply, particularly for international travellers. See also Immunization Records (DF-7000.3325). = COVID-19 Related Travel Restrictions NOTE: Canadian only. NEW 07/29/21
BD-1800.1515 Community Fridges/Food Cabinets U.S. DEFINITION: Programs, often established informally, that provide and monitor the use of a refrigerator or storage cupboard in a public space in which anyone in the neighborhood can place food donations, or from which anyone can "take what you need, leave what you can" in the spirit of mutual aid. Donations of other necessities such as personal hygiene items may also be encouraged. Properly storing food is imperative to keeping it safe making it vital that someone is responsible for not only keeping the fridge or cabinet clean, but making sure fridges maintain proper temperature to ensure that the food does not spoil. In some areas, fridge set-ups may be in violation of local health codes, so those willing and able to launch a fridge operation are encouraged to check with the local health department before opening. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Programs, often established informally, that provide and monitor the use of a refrigerator or storage cupboard in a public space in which anyone in the neighbourhood can place food donations, or from which anyone can "take what you need, leave what you can" in the spirit of mutual aid. Donations of other necessities such as personal hygiene items may also be encouraged. Properly storing food is imperative to keeping it safe making it vital that someone is responsible for not only keeping the fridge or cabinet clean, but making sure the fridges continue to maintain the proper temperature to ensure that the food does not spoil. In some areas, fridge set-ups may be in violation of local health codes, so those willing and able to launch a fridge operation are encouraged to check with the local health department before opening. See also Food Banks/Food Distribution Warehouses (BD-1875.2000), Food Cooperatives (BD-2400.2500), Food Lines (BD-1800.1900), Food Pantries (BD-1800.2000), Mobile Food Pantry Programs (BD-1800.5000). = Community Food Cabinets = Community Food Cupboards NEW 07/29/21
TR-8000.8000-400 LGBTQ2+ Studies Add "2SLGBTQ+ Studies" as a use reference. CHANGE 07/28/21
BH-0500.3200-300 Housing Related Coordinated Entry Lead Agencies (Activate for Canada) Community organizations that are responsible for overseeing the activities of the network of agencies that are part of the local housing related coordinated entry effort and ensuring that people experiencing homelessness are connected to the most appropriate housing and services. Remove "U.S. Services/Targets" as a Relate Concept. CHANGE 07/28/21
RP-1500.6740 Peer Respite Programs for Mental Health Patients in Crisis (Activate for Canada) Change the term name to "Peer Respite Programs for Mental Health and/or Substance Use Disorder Crises". Voluntary, short-term programs, some of which may be available ovenight, that provide community-based support in homelike settings for individuals who are experiencing or at risk of a psychiatric or substance (drug/alcohol) related crisis. Peer respites provide an alternative to involuntary psychiatric hospitalization or inpatient substance use disorder treatment which may create trauma in addition to the mental health or substance use related challenge. Programs are staffed by people with psychiatric or substance use histories who have experienced trauma and have "lived experience" of the mental health or substance use disorder treatment systems, and may treat both both mental health and substance use disorder patients or specialize in services for one or the other. Peer respites do not provide clinical services but focus instead on creating a healing space where peer staff engage guests in trusting relationships within a process of mutual helping based on respect and shared responsibility. Remove "U.S. Services/Targets" as a Relate Concept = Peer Respite Programs for Mental Health Patients in Crisis = Peer Respite Programs for Substance Use Disorder Patients in Crisis = Peer Respite Programs for Mental Health Patients in Crisis = Peer Respite Programs for Substance Use Disorder Patients in Crisis = Peer Support Respite Centres CHANGE 07/28/21

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