2.11 Housing and Community: Person–Centered Options for People in Recovery

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Conference Presentation | July 22, 2013

Files: Client Centered Housing Options by John Parvensky (PDF | 5.92 MB | 23 slides)

For many chronically homeless people with substance use problems, permanent housing is an important foundation for recovery. Once in housing, people in recovery vary in their preferences about supports and services to keep them stable. This workshop will examine housing and voluntary recovery models, along with community strategies to offer options for people experiencing homelessness to pursue their recovery objectives.

  • Tom Hill, Faces and Voices of Recovery, Washington, DC (Moderator)
  • John Parvensky, Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, Denver, CO
  • Rachel Post, Central City Concern, Portland, OR