2010 Conference Presentations

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National Alliance to End Homelessness

Other | August 2, 2010

Monday, July 12

Tuesday, July 13

Wednesday, July 14

Workshop Sessions

Pre-conference Meetings

Many Ways Home: Proven Practices and Emerging Innovations for Creating Permanent Supportive Housing

Advanced Employment Strategies

HEARTH Act: Implications for Youth

Eliciting Motivation to Change: Motivational Interviewing

NSC Annual Membership Meeting

Financing Affordable Housing Focusing on Veterans Housing

Creating Trauma-Informed Homeless Services

3.1 Health Reform Basics and Next Steps

3.2 The HEARTH Act:
Improving Your Community's Competitiveness

3.3 Research on and Identification of Cognitive Impairments

3.4 Outreach and Engagement Methods to Prevent Youth Homelessness and Sexual Exploitation

3.5 Preventing and Ending Veteran Homelessness

3.6 Harm Reduction Housing Models

3.7 Advancing Your Ten Year Plan: Strengthening PHA Partnerships

3.8 Ask the Expert: HMIS

3.9 Partnering with the Police

3.10 Supporting Homeless Children

3.11 Effecting Re-Housing Strategies

3.12 HPRP: Rapid Employment

3.13 Homeless Alternative Courts: Eliminating Barriers to Re-Housing

6.1 The HEARTH Act: Implication for Rural Communities

6.2 Leading the Way:
Local Political Leadership for Ending Homelessness

6.3 Ask the Experts:
HPRP Questions

6.4 Social Enterprises

6.5 Helping People Access Public Benefits

6.6 Tailoring Housing and Services for High Barrier Populations

6.7 Consumer Advocacy Boards: Becoming Part of the Solution

6.8 Introduction to New Media Strategies

6.9 Transitioning Your Transitional Housing

6.10 A Systematic Approach to Ending Homelessness

6.11 Outreach and Engagement Strategies

Plenary Session

Nan Roman
President, Alliance


Suzanne Haggerty
President, 100K Homes

Shaun Donovan
Secretary, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Charniele Herring
Delegate,
VA General Assembly

Eric Shinseki
Secretary,
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Workshop Session

1.1 Half-Day Advocacy Institute

1.2 The HEARTH Act 101

1.3 Financing and Developing
Affordable Housing

1.4 Who Should Get HPRP Assistance: A Discussion on Targeting

1.5 Permanent Support Housing for Veterans

1.6 ACT and Multi-Disciplinary Teams

1.7 Advancing Your Ten Year Plan: Habits of Highly Effective Plans

1.8 Data and Performance Simplified

1.9 HPRP: Youth Strategies and Family Reunification

1.10 Using Rapid Re-Housing for Survivors of Domestic Violence

1.11 Transitional Housing: Assessing and Targeting for Effective Transitions

1.12 Examining Community-Wide Housing First Systems for Families

1.13 Employment Strategies for
Low-Income Families

4.1 The HEARTH Act:
Data and Performance Simplified

4.2 The Federal Strategic Plan to End Homelessness: An Overview

4.3 Working with Landlords to Maintain Housing Stability

4.4 Creating a Homelessness Prevention System

4.5 Serving Youth Who Are Parents

4.6 Integrated Federal Effort to End Veteran Homelessness

4.7 Moving on from Permanent Supportive Housing

4.8 Advancing Your Ten Year Plan: Coordinating Your Resources

4.9 100,000 Homes Campaign

4.10 Critical Time Intervention in Action: Serving Single Adults

4.11 Using Data to Spur Systems Change

4.12 Serving the Aging and Medically Frail Homeless Population

4.13 Assisting Immigrants with HUD programs and Other Public Benefits

Other Publications

2010 Policy Guide


















































Workshop Session

2.1 The Hearth Act:
Collaborative Applicants

2.2. Designing Short- and Medium-Term Rent Subsidies

2.3 A Spectrum of Youth Housing: Services and Models that Work for Youth

2.4 New Research on Homeless Veterans

2.5 Employment and Community Engagement Strategies for Homeless People with Disabilities

2.6 Making the Case for Investors: The Funder's Perspective

2.7 A Review of Addiction and Substance Abuse Programs

2.8 Assessment, Targeting and Prioritization:
Making the Distinction

2.9 Diversion and Housing Relocation Services

2.10 Permanent Supportive Housing for Families

2.11 Introduction to Rapid Re-Housing for Families, Individuals and Youth

2.12 Learning Laboratories: Strategies to Support Implementation

5.1 Coordinating your CoC, TYP, and CP

5.2 Development and Design: Integrated Housing Models

5.3 Rapid Re-Housing for Single Adults

5.4 Promoting Access to Benefits and Services for Veterans

5.5 Jail and Prison Re-Entry Solutions

5.6 Home-Based Case Management

5.7 From Research to Policy to Action: Prevention

5.8 Opportunities to Support Families with TANF Resources

5.9 What Does "Improving Shelter" Look Like? A Discussion for Organizational Change

5.10 Using Medicaid for Housing

5.11 Critical Success Factors in High Performing Rural Continuums of Care

5.12 Communication Tools and Strategies

5.13 Critical Time Intervention in Action: Serving Homeless Families