Joyce Grangent, a nationally-recognized trainer to supportive housing agencies and nonprofit organizations, has worked to break the cycle of homelessness in the United States for over 18 years. Ms. Grangent is perhaps best known for her ability to help expand and increase program efficiency for supportive housing providers.
The method and philosophy Ms. Grangent uses to achieve these astonishing results, is to increase individual, and team leadership capacity among staff. Her core values drive the work she does. She believes;
Every Person Deserves Housing
Every Person Deserves to be Respected
Everyone is Employable
Engagement is Key to Client Satisfaction
Ms. Grangent is an experienced program process designer for the supportive housing industry specializing in;
How to engage clients in Anti-Poverty Strategies, Building Staff/Client Partnerships, Supportive Housing Dimensions of Quality, and Strengthening Staff Impact with Clients
She has extensive experience having served as a practitioner, as an advisory board member, and as an active consultant. During her tenure with the Illinois Corporation for Supportive Housing as Senior Program Manager for Services and Program Development, Ms. Grangent worked with numerous Supportive Housing Agencies throughout the country and contributed to the development of workable solutions that improving programs and operational outcomes.
Ms. Grangent has a particular interest, passion and expertise in providing services to homeless people with disabilities, and who want employment. Also, Ms. Grangent is certified by Georgia Council on Substance Abuse as a Certified Addiction Recovery Empowerment Specialist (CARES).
Her engaging training approach is powerful and her practical techniques empower and strengthen staff capacity for doing the work.