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Bringing it Home: Ending Homelessness in NC!

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Lunch provided both days.

Monday, April 30
8:30 am – Registration
9:30 am – Opening/Keynote/Vision
11:15 am – Intensive Trainings:

  • Track 1: Reducing Barriers and Creating Housing-Focused Shelters
  • Track 2: Putting the Pieces Together: Housing Crisis Response Systems
  • Track 3: Developing and Strengthening Rapid Rehousing Programs

5:00 pm – End of Day
5:15 pm – Networking Reception

Tuesday, May 1
8:30 am – NCCEH Membership Meeting
10:00 am – Workshop Breakout Sessions Begin

  • Fair Housing
  • Engage with your Public Housing Authority: Strategies for Partnerships
  • Accessing Resources Beyond HUD
  • What’s Ahead: ESG FY 2018-1019 RFA
  • Data and Real World Impact
  • Having an Impact: Housing and Homelessness Policymaking
  • Reducing Shelter Demand by Scaling Up Prevention and Diversion
  • Beyond Reporting: Translating Your Community’s System Performance Measures
  • Moving on from Permanent Supportive Housing
  • Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Environment
  • Progressive Engagement as a Systems Approach
  • Landlord Development: Outreach Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Landlords
  • The Knock at the Door: All About HUD Monitoring
  • The Foundations: Ensuring Data Quality
  • Feeling the Crunch: The Affordable Housing Crisis and its Impact on Homeless and Housing Services

4:30 pm – End of Conference

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Many thanks to our sponsors

Bank of America BB&T CAHEC CohnReznick First Citizens Bank Kate B Reynolds Charitable Trust NC Housing Finance Agency NeighborWorks America North State Bank Novogradac & Company RBC Capital Markets Suntrust TD Bank Wells Fargo