Victim Coordinated Entry (VCE): Creating Pathways to Safe Housing for Survivors of Violence Online Self-Paced Learning Courses

Sponsored by House of Ruth Maryland and Baltimore City Continuum of Care

Sponsored by House of Ruth Maryland and Baltimore City Continuum of Care

Dates: Tuesday, September 6, 2022 through Friday, September 30, 2022

Location: Rise Learning Management System

Training Audience: Baltimore City Homeless Services Providers  

Eligible Credit:
6 Category 2 Social Work continuing education units (CEUs) upon completion of both courses

Cost: Free; $50 for all 6 Category 2 Social Work CEUs (partial CEUs will not be offered)

Description: The online self-paced learning courses “Responding to Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence: For Homeless Service Providers” and “Victim Coordinated Entry: Putting It Into Practice” provide an opportunity to learn about Baltimore City’s Victim Coordinated Entry (VCE) program. Specifically, participants will learn how Victim Coordinated Entry works and practice applying the concepts reviewed through interactive scenarios. By the end of these courses, participants will be able to effectively engage persons experiencing both intimate partner sexual violence and homelessness and navigate them to resources through Victim Coordinated Entry.

Both courses are hosted via the Rise Learning Management System and in total, take approximately 6 hours to complete. You will receive information on how to access the Rise learning platform prior to the course start date (Tuesday, September 6, 2022). You will then have until the course end date (Friday, September 30, 2022) to complete both courses.

PLEASE NOTE: Registration will be closed one week prior to the course start date.

If you have questions, please contact Jocelyn Broadwick, Training Institute Project Coordinator, at 

Thank you for your interest. Registration for this online course is closed.