The Future of Federal Funding for Permanent Supportive Housing

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We strongly encourage everyone to participate in this important event!

Register Now for the March 11 Call!

The Future of Federal Funding for Permanent Supportive Housing: The President’s Proposed FY 2009 Budget and Supportive Housing Policy Priorities

Wednesday March 11, 2008
1:00-2:00 pm ET

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The Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) is pleased to present our next Hot Topics in Supportive Housing audio-conference focused on the federal budget and policy priorities. In the coming months, decisions by policymakers will have a critical impact on the future of federal funding for supportive housing in our communities. You can learn more about what is at stake and how you can make an impact on the decisions that will be made in Washington this year by participating in this audio-conference. This call will focus on the future of federal funding for supportive housing in the context of the President’s fiscal year 2009 budget. Federal funding for permanent supportive housing has been critical to communities’ progress toward ending homelessness – CSH and our partners are concerned that the President’s budget proposes deep cuts to homeless services funding and offers an inadequate increase in funding for the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance programs to continue that progress.

Presenters:

Steve Berg, Vice President for Programs and Policy, National Alliance to End Homelessness
Elizabeth Prewitt, Director of Government Relations, National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors
Carol Wilkins, Director, Intergovernmental Policy, CSH
Jordan Press, Director, Federal Policy, CSH

Materials for the call may be found on the Hot Topics in Supportive Housing webpage.

Materials and Registration Information click here!

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