3.8 Chronic Homelessness: Getting to Zero by 2015

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Conference Presentation | July 23, 2012

Files: Chronic Homelessness: Getting to Zero by 2015 in Dayton-Montgomery County by Joyce Probst MacAlpine (PDF | 908 KB | 8 slides) Ending Chronic Homelessness in Tulsa, Oklahoma Community Planning and Outcomes by Gregory A. Shinn (PDF | 2.39 MB | 28 slides) Continuum of Care Leadership by Suzanne Wagner (PDF | 934 KB | 14 slides) Chronic Homelessness: Getting to Zero by 2015 by Joshua Leopold, et al. (PDF | 3.98 MB | 59 slides)

The U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) met this past spring to discuss the country’s slowing progress on chronic homelessness (USICH) and – based on new data analysis – to identify steps needed to “finish the job” by 2015. This workshop will be led by USICH staff, who will share their recent analysis and discuss what it will take to bend the curve to reach this goal. The session will also feature presentations from communities that are continuing to make progress on chronic homelessness despite the challenging economic times.

The powerpoint presentations for this workshop are available for download above.

Speakers:

  • Josh Leopold, U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness, Washington, DC
  • Joyce Probst MacAlpine, Dayton, OH
  • Barbara Poppe, U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness, Washington, DC (Moderator)
  • Greg Shinn, Mental Health Association in Tulsa, Tulsa, OK