Showing posts from May 25, 2018

NHSDC Fall 2018 Conference - Call for Session Proposals

We are ready for your ideas! Proposals for sessions are due June 30th. Call for Conference Session Proposals

May 2018 NCHV Newsletter

NCHV eNewsletter May 2018 Online Registration Closing TODAY, Last Chance to Register for 2018 NCHV Annual Conference May 30-June 1 at the Grand Hyatt Washington, D.C. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE TODAY   |  Click here to download the Conference program  |  Download the Conference app Online registration for the 2018 NCHV Annual Conference will close this Friday, May 25 . Don't miss out on the top training event in the nation specifically for homeless veteran service providers,  register now ! You can  click here to view a video highlighting last year's Annual Conference  to take a look at why this is the can't-miss event of the year! This year's NCHV Annual Conference offers: a full session curriculum with a range of subject matter designed to help you improve your efforts to serve veterans in your community; VIP guests including Second Lady Karen Pence, HUD Secretary

News from the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness

Caution Is Needed When Considering "Sanctioned Encampments" or "Safe Zones"     We know communities are working to address the immediate safety and living conditions of people who are unsheltered, and some are considering sanctioned encampments or safe zones as a part of their response. In this document , we consider some of the costs and consequences of such settings and their potential impact on a community's systemic efforts to end homelessness.  Coalition Brings Together Partners to Reduce Homelessness Among American Indians/Alaska Natives American Indians/Alaska Natives are disproportionately affected by homelessness, yet they are least likely to be referred to or accepted into housing programs. Colleen Echohawk, Director of the Chief Seattle Club,  explains h

Excellence in Leadership: Driving Change

Excellence in Leadership: Driving Change You have the awesome responsibility for managing, evaluating, and overseeing projects while articulating high-level vision and goals through your Continuum of Care (CoC). We get it and we're here to help. CSH's new course to maximize the potential of CoC leaders is led by our Senior Policy Advisor Ann Oliva and will help you work through the maj