For assistance with an issue related to the education of a child or youth experiencing homelessness, contact the NCHE homeless education helpline toll-free at (800) 308-2145 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistance is available in English and Spanish. | Ayuda está disponible en inglés y español.
The National Center for Homeless Education at SERVE creates and distributes a number of valuable and informative resources dealing with the issue of education of homeless children and youth.
To order online visit: NCHEhelpline.org
To order via Purchase Order: download NCHE’s sales order form – please use email listed on form to order, do not fax
Join our Homeless Education listserv to communicate with colleagues across the nation about emerging issues within homeless education.
Self-paced online training allows you to review training materials at your own pace and at a time of your choosing.
Note: Many materials used for self-paced training (e.g. training videos) are the same as those used in live, interactive group training; however in self-paced training, you review these materials on your own. Materials include previously recorded NCHE Webinars, PowerPoint presentations, online video trainings, and print resources.
Live, interactive group training allows you to review training materials in a group setting, with opportunities to ask questions and interact with others.
Note: Live, interactive group trainings take place on a designated date at a designated time in the form of Webinars.
Here State Coordinators for Homeless Education will find resources designed specifically to help them with their role. As the technical assistance center for the U.S. Department of Education’s federal Education for Homeless Children and Youth (EHCY) Program, NCHE is here to support you.
For state coordinators who would like NCHE’s assistance with conference presentations, needs assessments, or any other targeted support, please complete this TA Request form.
“10 in 10” Orientation Tutorial for New State Coordinators
Based on information in NCHE’s more comprehensive State Coordinator’s Handbook, the “10 in 10” series provides 10 short modules on key topics to quickly orient new State Coordinators. It includes links to additional resources, questions to consider, and a wrap up to reinforce key points and help in developing a work plan
Here Local Liaisons for homeless education will find resources designed specifically to help them with their role. As the technical assistance center for the U.S. Department of Education’s federal Education for Homeless Children and Youth (EHCY) Program, NCHE is here to support you.
These profiles are part of a U.S. Department of Education series of program profiles that highlight local innovations, program improvements, and collaborations that can improve educational outcomes for homeless children and youth.