Registration for the 2019 National Conference on Ending Homelessness and Capitol Hill Day filled up in record time. However, each year several spots become available to those on the conference wait list.
We encourage all interested parties to reserve their spot as soon as possible. The Alliance will be in touch with wait list registrants, should a spot become available.
What does an effective homeless response system do? What elements enable a homeless system to make real impacts for people experiencing homelessness? And how can you start thinking about the CoC NOFA as a vehicle to make decisions and investments to achieve such a system?
Join Alliance experts on April 24 to kick off a new series of webcasts, blogs and resources, all designed to help strengthen your system and prepare for the 2019 CoC NOFA.
In the coming months, HUD is expected to issue a NOFA for as much as $300 million in new "Mainstream" housing vouchers for non-elderly people with disabilities.
Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) that apply will be incentivized to work with community agencies, especially those that assist people with disabilities who are transitioning out of institutional or other segregated settings, at risk of institutionalization, are homeless, or are at risk of becoming homeless.
Join the Alliance on May 2 for a webinar to discuss strategies for supporting your PHA on their applications for these funds. Two communities awarded vouchers during the last round will provide insight into how they were able to leverage partnerships with their respective PHAs.