The Forum will take place in Washington D.C. on April 3-5, 2016. This annual policy event that brings together housing and homeless advocates and policy analysts from across the nation to discuss solutions for ending housing poverty and homelessness. This year’s Forum will offer a special session for low income residents on Sunday, April 3.
The special session for low-income residents on Sunday morning from 9am-1pm will cover such topics as Section 3, RAD, AFFH, and a new NLIHC online peer-sharing forum for residents. Low -income residents who would like to attend the forum should plan to arrive in Washington DC on the evening of Saturday, April 2, 2016 so that they can attend this special session.
A limited number of hotel lodging scholarships are available first-come, first-served for low income residents. Anyone interested in a hotel scholarship should email NLIHC.
Confirmed and invited speakers at the Forum include: