A Culture of Caring
A Compendium of Self-Care Tools and Workforce Support Principles for Front-Line Staff in Service-Enriched Housing
With a growing conversation around addressing mental and behavioral health needs, SAHF members are keenly aware of the many issues that residents face including domestic violence, toxic stress, and neighborhood safety concerns; but also understand the many stressors that affect the staff who interact with residents on their properties. Front-line staff frequently absorb and internalize deep stress and trauma from the communities they work in; impacting their own health, happiness, and effectiveness in their jobs. To help create greater capacity to address this issue, SAHF has created a resource guide that provides a collection of tools for affordable housing organizations to address the mental and behavioral health needs of front-line staff.
Click here to access the resource guide