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Coronavirus Event Update

UPDATED MAY 28, 2020

The Coalition is prioritizing the safety of our members and community at large. With the spread of the Coronavirus in North Carolina, we are providing the following updates on the status of upcoming events.

Listening Sessions
We are postponing our scheduled listening sessions until further notice. In the meantime we are developing ways to participate online.

If you have any questions about listening sessions, contact Pamela Atwood at or 919-827-4491.

Disaster Recovery Training, March 30-April 3
The Disaster Recovery Training scheduled for March 30-April 3 in New Bern has been postponed. Registration will carry over once the training has been rescheduled.

If you have any questions about Disaster Recovery Training, contact Stacie Darden at or 929-800-0878.

Bringing it Home: Ending Homelessness in NC, May 20-21

If you have any questions about Bringing it Home: Ending Homelessness in NC, contact Haley Solomon at or 919-827-4492.

See the video below for more information on infectious disease preparedness among homeless assistance providers and their partners.

Housing Works! Affordable Housing Conference, September 1-2, 2020
Every year, we look forward to connecting with affordable housing professionals from across the state to build relationships, exchange ideas and develop a shared vision for meeting the housing needs of North Carolina’s most vulnerable citizens. But given the ongoing concerns around COVID-19, we’ve made the difficult decision to postpone the NC Affordable Housing Conference: Housing Works until 2021. Our top priority is the well-being of our event attendees, sponsors, exhibitors and staff.
This was a tough call to make—Housing Works has been a premier event in our industry since our three organizations came together to offer it more than a decade ago. While we have postponed the in-person conference, we are exploring options for a condensed virtual experience that will provide vital updates and best practices in affordable housing during these challenging times—just like you’ve come to expect during the annual conference. Please stay tuned for more information this summer.
We thank you all for your patience and understanding, as well as for your annual support of the NC Affordable Housing Conference, and look forward to seeing you in 2021.

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