CSH to hold Hot Topics Audio-Conference on Addressing Opposition to the Siting of Supportive Housing

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On April 29th CSH will be holding a very important Hot Topics in Supportive Housing Audio-Conference discussion. The will audio-conference “will focus on addressing the challenges that can be created by opposition to the siting of supportive housing developments.” To register click here.

Strategies for Addressing Opposition to the Siting of Supportive Housing

Tuesday, April 29 from 3:00 to 4:00 PM ET

This Hot Topics in Supportive Housing Audio-Conference will focus on addressing the challenges that can be created by opposition to the siting of supportive housing developments. This call will provide participants with an understanding of key strategies, including legal strategies using civil rights laws, that can help to address such challenges. Participants will also learn about policy approaches that have been pursued in California, including recent changes to the California Housing Accountability Act (via Senate Bill 2), that may be useful in removing barriers to siting supportive housing successfully within our communities.

Presenters on this call will include:

Catherine Bendor, Deputy Legal Director, National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty
Kim Savage, Law Office of Kim Savage (Long Beach, CA)
Matthew Doherty, Director, Resource Center, CSH (Moderator)

Please join us to learn more about these important topics! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact CSH. mailto:info@csh.org

To register please go to CSH’s website and follow the instructions provided. After registering, you will automatically receive more details about participating in the Audio-Conference. There is no charge for these Audio-Conferences, and you will be able to participate either via an audio-stream over the internet or by phone via a conference call. Participants in these Hot Topics Audio-Conferences are encouraged to review the materials that will be available for download prior to the Audio-Conference at CSH’s website.

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