This year’s NJ Supportive Housing Conference theme, “Breaking New Ground,” focuses on the ever-changing landscape at both the federal and state levels that bring opportunities and challenges.
Among the opportunities and challenges are:
Transitions to Medicaid fee for service and managed care,
Adapting new rules for home- and community-based services,
Structuring separation of housing and services,
Conceiving and implementing lower cost housing models, and a
Adjusting to the constant threat of reduced funding from federal and state sources.
The annual conference is an educational and networking opportunity for housing and service providers, community planners, housing developers, public officials, families/consumers and those interested in promoting supportive housing for people with special needs and advancing supportive housing. The conference draws an average of 400 attendees and addresses state, regional and national issues.
Proposals are due by noon on Friday July 18, 2014.
Click here for the form in Word to submit a proposal for consideration. Click here for a PDF version.
Click here to contact Gail Levinson with questions.