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Holistic Legal Advocacy for the Homeless: Strategies for Addressing Benefits, Housing and Social Services Issues Facing Homeless Populations

Released on: Jun. 19, 2014
Running Time: 06:17:55

Running Time Segment Title Faculty Format
[01:59:04] Social Security Disability Benefits Advocacy Katie Danielson ~ Senior Supervising Attorney, Homeless Advocacy Project, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco
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[01:05:35] Overview of Social Service Issues and the Model of Holistic Legal Services Julie Rosenthal ~ Director of Social Services, Homeless Advocacy Project, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco
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[01:59:45] Eviction Defense and Fair Housing Erin Katayama ~ Staff Attorney, Homeless Advocacy Project, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco
Katie Danielson ~ Senior Supervising Attorney, Homeless Advocacy Project, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco
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[01:01:20] Motion to Vacate Default Erin Katayama ~ Staff Attorney, Homeless Advocacy Project, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco
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This introduction to the Holistic Legal Advocacy Model and substantive law training provides the powerful tools needed to transform the lives of homeless clients. Practitioners from the Homeless Advocacy Project (“HAP”) at the Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco will share their expertise in holistic legal advocacy and insights for effectively assisting homeless clients. View this free program and then volunteer with your local legal services agency to represent homeless clients or those at risk of homelessness.


Lecture Topics [Total time 06:17:55]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.
  • Program Overview and Introductions* [00:12:11]
    Teresa Lynn Friend, Katie Danielson
  • Social Security Disability Benefits Advocacy [01:59:04]
    Katie Danielson
  • Overview of Social Service Issues and the Model of Holistic Legal Services [01:05:35]
    Julie Rosenthal
  • Eviction Defense and Fair Housing [01:59:45]
    Katie Danielson, Erin Katayama
  • Motion to Vacate Default [01:01:20]
    Erin Katayama

Presentation Material


  • What is the Homeless Advocacy Project? PowerPoint Slides
    Teresa Lynn Friend
  • Disability Benefits: SSI/SSDI PowerPoint Slides
    Katie Danielson
  • SSI & SSDI: Federal Disability Programs (excerpt from HAP Resource Manual)
    Katie Danielson
  • SSI & SSDI: Appendix B (excerpt from HAP Resource Manual)
    Katie Danielson
  • SSI & SSDI: Appendix C (excerpt from HAP Resource Manual)
    Katie Danielson
  • SSI & SSDI: Appendix D (excerpt from HAP Resource Manual)
    Katie Danielson
  • SSI & SSDI: Appendix E (excerpt from HAP Resource Manual)
    Katie Danielson
  • Holistic Advocacy PowerPoint Slides
    Julie Rosenthal
  • What is Harm Reduction? A Position Statement from the International Harm Reduction Association
    Julie Rosenthal
  • Eviction Defense and Fair Housing PowerPoint Slides
    Katie Danielson
  • Landlord/Tenant (excerpt from HAP Resource Manual)
    Katie Danielson
  • Motion to Vacate Default PowerPoint Slides
    Katie Danielson,Erin Katayama
  • Sample Motion to Vacate
    Katie Danielson,Erin Katayama
  • Resource and Reading List
    Katie Danielson,Erin Katayama
Chairperson(s)
Katie Danielson ~ Senior Supervising Attorney, Homeless Advocacy Project, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco
Speaker(s)
Teresa Lynn Friend ~ Director and Managing Attorney, Homeless Advocacy Project, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco
Erin Katayama ~ Staff Attorney, Homeless Advocacy Project, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco
Julie Rosenthal ~ Director of Social Services, Homeless Advocacy Project, Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco

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