Upcoming Events & Trainings

Unless otherwise specified, you’re invited to any and all events and trainings we put on this calendar! We’ll keep it updated with events around the community (most of which are free) that seek to educate and inform anyone interested in learning more about youth homelessness.

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The Ropes: Understanding and Engaging Youth Homelessness 6:00 pm
The Ropes: Understanding and Engaging Youth Homelessness @ New Horizons
Dec 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Ropes: Understanding and Engaging Youth Homelessness @ New Horizons | Seattle | Washington | United States
The Ropes addresses youth and young adult homelessness in a hands-on, three-hour training. You will learn about the causes and characteristics of youth homelessness, the effects of racism and other oppressions on homelessness, the nature of
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Philosophy of Youth Work 6:00 pm
Philosophy of Youth Work
Dec 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Philosophy of Youth Work workshop introduces the core elements of working with youth and young adults who are often victims of trauma due to homelessness. We will introduce trauma-informed care, the harm-reduction approach, positive
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Community Tour 10:00 am
Community Tour @ New Horizons Ministries
Dec 15 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Want to learn more about New Horizons and how you can get involved? Attend one of our community tours! You will get a tour around the New Horizons shelter and be connected with a staff
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Conflict De-Escalation Training 6:00 pm
Conflict De-Escalation Training @ New Horizons
Dec 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
In the Conflict De-escalation workshop, you will learn to recognize the common physiological symptoms of conflict, the stages of crisis, and how to be more comfortable navigating them. Through role-playing exercises in which participant get
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Anti-Oppression Lens in Youth Work 6:00 pm
Anti-Oppression Lens in Youth Work
Dec 26 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Anti-Oppression Lens in Youth Work invites participants to explore the concepts of white supremacy, systemic racism, heterosexism, internalized oppression, gatekeeping, and much more in order to gain a stronger analysis of oppression. We will look
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