2018 NCHV Annual Conference - Save the Date, Call for Abstracts May 30 - June 1 in Washington, D.C. The 2018 NCHV Annual Conference will take place May 30 through June 1 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C. The theme for this year's Conference is "Progress. Practice. Perseverance." Our collective progress in ending homelessness among veterans in each of our communities across the United States has been remarkable over the past eight years. This year, as we convene together in our nation's capital, we will focus on continuing that progress. To do so, we must continue to put proven strategies and policies into practice. And, we must also persevere to ensure that ending veteran homelessness remains the urgent priority that it has been over these past years. Mark your calendars for May 30 - June 1, and stay tuned for more details including registration info in the coming weeks. If you are interested in being a presenter at the 2018 NCHV Annual
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We have an open position in the Office of Community Partnerships, Continuum of Care Program in Howard County. This is a temporary Professional full-time position. Job posting attached. " Position summary : Conduct professional research and writing activities related to the Howard County homeless service system. " Link to Where Job is Posted : https://agency.governmentjobs.com//howardcounty/default.cfm Position : Contingent Professional – Office of Community Partnerships Type : Contingent Salary : $22-$25/Hour Closing Date : 02/09/18 All applications must be submitted online. I am happy to answer any questions regarding the position and can be reached by phone or email at 410-313-5971, firstname.lastname@example.org . Please feel free to distribute widely! Much thanks, Michelle L. Hippert, MCP, CoC Manager Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Office of Community Partnerships 6751 Columbia Gateway Drive, Suite 300 C
NCHV eNewsletter January 2018 Helping Homeless Veterans Return to Work: A New Online Training for HVRP Staff First in a series of self-paced, free online trainings from NVTAC The National Veterans Technical Assistance Center (NVTAC) is thrilled to announce the launch of Helping Homeless Veterans Return to Work a self-paced online training course developed for staff members of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program (HVRP) grantees. Whether you are a brand new grantee trying to ramp up a program, or a long-term grantee trying to keep a successful program moving, the struggle to provide comprehensive training amidst other competing priorities is real. Unfortunately, so are the consequences of inadequate training: a steep learning curve, a trial and error approach and, far too often, poor grant performance. Designed to address this ongoing challenge, Helping Homeless V
The Alliance is Hiring The Alliance is seeking a Director for its research and education arm, the Homelessness Research Institute (HRI). HRI builds the intellectual capital around solutions to homelessness; makes sure policymakers, practitioners, and the caring public have the best information about trends and emerging solutions; and engages the media to ensure the best reporting on the issue. If you are interested in using data and research to solve a social problem, consider joining the Alliance.