Psychology of Homelessness
By Mike Todt, PhD., Retired Mental Health Professional
When: Wednesday, February 19th
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Where: Adventure Christian Church
255 E. 11th Street, Durango, CO 81301
Guests, Professionals, Advocates & People Experiencing Homelessness are welcomed!
Homelessness across the nation and in Durango continues to be a vexing problem for those without housing and communities. To find solutions to assist the homeless in our communities, we need accurate information about the homeless, viable solutions to a variety of issues, and the larger community in which homelessness exists.
This workshop will examine the research on the psychology of homelessness nationally and in Durango, effective treatment models, and the how the larger communities view homelessness and its impact on moving forward.
The session will include time for questions and discussion.
Mike Todt Biography
Mike is a retired clinical psychologist and former CEO of two psychiatric hospitals. Mike currently serves on the Board of Directors for Manna Soup Kitchen, Neighbors in Need Alliance, and a member of the PATH group that is developed for a long term strategy for assisting Durango’s homeless population. His career also includes teaching history at West Virginia University and as an executive coach to Fortune 500 company executives. His passions include time with his wife Tammy, biking, hiking, and traveling.
For further information, please feel free to contact ‘Donna Mae’ at ExecDirector@CCOHome.org;
or, Ph. (970) 236-2313.
This monthly information & training session is brought to you by Community Compassion Outreach, Inc., a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit of Colorado. Tax I.D. 82-5001338.
361 S. Camino Del Rio, #225, Durango, CO 81303-7997
We assist individuals and families to survive and to exit homelessness with one essential house at a time.
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Our mission is to assist individuals & families to prevent, to survive and to exit homelessness with warm clothing, camp provisions, food, referrals to vital resources and connection to housing. A retired skyscraper architect, Stuart Ohlson designed a 704-sq.ft. essential house for permanent and supportive housing for our development of a Village of Hope.
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We are located at 255 E. 11th St., Durango, CO 81301.