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October 2016

US Department of Housing and Urban Development: Launching a Multifamily FSS Program Webinar

October 11, 2016 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Free

Designed to introduce FSS to owners and staff of HUD-Assisted Multifamily Properties, this webinar will provide a basic overview of the Multifamily FSS program.  During the webinar, Jeffrey Lubell and Melissa Vandawalker of Abt Associates will review the basic components of the FSS program and Aaron Gornstein, President and CEO of Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc., and Debbie Nutter, President of The Caleb Group, will discuss why they offer FSS to residents of their properties.   Click here to register.

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Emerging Leaders Network: Market Studies Brown Bag Lunch

October 12, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Connecticut Nonprofit Center, 75 Charter Oak Ave
Hartford, CT 06106 United States
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Free

Interested in learning how to better understand market studies or evaluate markets yourself? If so, join us for this brown bag lunch that will focus on how market research professionals go about creating a formal market study, the steps they take to compile useful information, how they analyze demand factors in different geographic regions and how to interpret statistical data to best tell your story. The brown bag lunch will feature real estate development consultant Larry Kluetsch.   Click here…

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Center on Budget and Policy Priorities: How Supportive Housing Can Help Meet Health Care Goals Webinar

October 13, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

Supportive housing may be best known for helping to reduce chronic homelessness but supportive housing's effect on health is often overlooked. CBPP’s recent supportive housing paper shows that providing intensive services and affordable housing for people with complex health needs who lack stable housing can positively affect health outcomes, costs, and access. This webinar will present findings and answer questions about the research on how supportive housing affects health, how to increase housing resources for supportive housing, and how Medicaid…

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National Housing Conference: Portland’s Restorative Justice & Preference Policy Webinar

October 13, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Free

After serial displacement of Portland's African-American community, the city housing bureau has implemented a restorative justice and housing preference policy for the North and Northeast neighborhoods.  The preference policy aims to give preference to families based on the amount of urban renewal activity that occurred where they lived, address generational displacement of families by urban renewal, give preference to families regardless of where they currently live and give top priority to families with property taken by the city.   Panelists:…

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Community Developers Network: Tools and Techniques for Implementing Highly Effective and Productive Resident Service Coordination Programs

October 18, 2016 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Teach for America, 370 James Street
New Haven, CT United States
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$75 - $100

This training will provide participants with effective approaches and tools to successfully develop, manage and evaluate high-quality resident service coordination programs within elderly, disabled, family and supportive service communities.  Program tools to record and demonstrate need, quantitative and qualitative outcomes, impact and cost savings, and regulatory compliance will be shared.  Participants will learn how to meet and exceed funding and owner expectations and requirements.  This training is designed to provide the tools and best practices necessary to create a work…

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