Training & Research


All Chicago’s Learning Center provides training and workshops that build capacity within Chicago’s Continuum of Care and homeless services sector.

If there is an option to earn CEUs for a course, the course will have a price.  However, anyone who does not wish to earn CEUs may still take the course. Anyone who wishes to earn CEUs will be charged $10 per CE hour for CoC Members and $15 per CE hour for non-CoC Members.  If interested in receiving CEUs for this training, please email Jennifer Fabbrini for payment and details.

In 2019, The Alan Stone Learning Center hosted 309 trainings attended by 4,148 participants.

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The Alan Stone Learning Center

The Alan Stone Learning Center, named for the Emergency Fund’s former president, is a state-of-the-art space that provides a unique experience for your presentation, training or event. We have two interactive, 90-inch monitors on media carts available for training and microphones to aid the presenter along with conference line capabilities. 


Stone 1 45-person capacity
Stone 2 45-person capacity
Stones 1-2 (combined space) 90-person capacity
Stone Conference Room 10-person capacity, executive seating


We look forward to sharing more information on how our partners can book this space soon!


All Chicago is committed to providing our partners with information and research to address homelessness more effectively and write reports on topics of special interest to Chicago. These reports inform our partners about important issues such as Cross Sector Data Sharing, or highlight a specific area of Chicago’s homelessness services sector, such the Ending Veterans Homelessness Initiative and Rapid Re-housing.

We recently led a national scan with key stakeholders/partners to identify solutions that could be leveraged to achieve our vision in merging data from various resources through a city‐wide Community Information Exchange (CIE).

Check out the report: A National Scan: Data Sharing in the Housing and Health Sectors

If you have suggestions for our research team at All Chicago, please contact us at or visit the Performance, Data, and Research page to learn how to get involved.