Open Doors Inclusive Service Model Curriculum

Open Doors Inclusive Service Model Curriculum

The following are tools presented during the 3-day Open Doors Inclusive Service Model training. They will be invaluable to workshop participants as they engage in post-workshop colleague training sessions and inclusive service model implementation in their shelters. They can also be great resources for shelters and other organizations who were not able to participate in the workshops but who are interested in developing more inclusive services.

Training Module Overview Open Doors
The Agenda of the Three-Day Inclusive Service Model Training Workshop

Training Guide Open Doors
The Open Doors Training Guide provides detailed information to prepare a trainer to plan and deliver the three day training for their local service agencies and community partners.

Train the Trainer slide deck Open Doors
The blue slides provide information on how to customize and facilitate training in your organization.

Participant slide deck Open Doors
The white slides with the red border are for you to use when you facilitate the trainings in your community.

In Her Shoes Activity Cards v2.1
An interactive exercise to help shelter workers understand the challenges faced by women with mental health and substance use concerns.

In Her Shoes Activity Cards v2.1B
Part 2 of an interactive exercise to help shelter workers understand the challenges faced by women with mental health and substance use concerns.

Handouts package Open Doors
Resources and tools for use in planning inclusive service model implementation.
NOTE: To get the For Her Own Good and Safe For All videos online, go to http://www.oaith.ca/train/training.html and create a free user ID. Then you can login onto OAITH’s training portal. Once you get into the portal, under “Webinars and Videos,” go to “Mental Health and Addictions”.

Practice Implementation Manual
This manual is a resource to assist any organization looking to review, update or implement new practices, projects or programs, based on the experience of sister organizations.