Live & On-Demand Webinars

Need training? 

We've got you covered! 

Check out our webinar library for affordable training that can be done during a live session or on your own schedule!

Hybrid Annual Conference

We don't know what the future will bring, but are working towards safely planning
the NERSC 2021 Conference. 

This  year's hybrid conference will keep you connected whether you want to participate in-person or virtually.  

Resources

Galore!

Looking for tools to help your residents? How about a new place of employment or information on your state association? 
It's all here. 

Resident Service Coordinators are professionals who serve elders, youth and families in their housing communities in both public housing and privately owned/managed affordable housing throughout the country. 

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Resident service coordination is essential to a healthy and vibrant affordable housing community and contributes substantially to the well-being of residents and successful management of the property.

 

Professional Resident Service Coordinators fulfill a variety of functions including (but not limited to):

  • Coordinating service-delivery through partnerships with community agencies, so that residents can live with independence and dignity;

  • Linking residents to social service intervention and support, to achieve and maintain successful tenancy;

  • Maximizing resident well-being and quality of life through coordination of onsite health and wellness programs;

  • Facilitating youth and family education and enrichment programs to build a sense of community and promote resident self-sufficiency;

  • Promoting healthy resident interaction and creating opportunities for resident leadership and community engagement.
     

NERSC is proudly committed to providing high-quality training and professional development for Resident Service Coordinators and housing professionals in New England and beyond.

Contact Us:

P.  508.863.0020

E.  info@nerscinc.org

 

P.O. Box 1019
Glastonbury, CT 06033

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