Two top concerns for survivors of Domestic Violence (DV) are the need for safe housing and the need for economic resources to maintain safety. Advocates are consistently seeking safe housing options for survivors, and Housing Authorities are looking for ways to build in programming to enhance family stability. Therefore, how can tribal Advocates and tribal Housing Authorities build a collaborative team in order to address these top concerns? This conference will provide guidance on how a Housing and Advocate Response Team can work together to fill tribal housing gaps and create housing programs that provide more than just a place to live.
As a result of this virtual conference, teams will be able to:
There are three Tracks available for this conference:
*note when reading the agenda, if your screen is minimized it will not display the entire agenda. You will need to click the arrow to the right or left to view all sessions*
Conference materials will be available via Dropbox links in each description and within the Info Desk of the virtual event hub.
Register by April 29th in order to receive printed materials by mail
Internet Browser Compatibility for attendees:
Windows: Chrome and Firefox (latest versions)
MacOS: Safari 10 or later, Chrome and Firefox (latest versions)
*Other browsers and devices not supported
**Internet Explorer NOT currently supported
Flower heart photo provided by American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO)
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