Take advantage of the discounted rates before prices go up on September 9, 2017. Last year’s event sold out.
Last year, the Network’s conference sold out for the second year in a row. For 2017, Under One Roof is moving to the Hyatt Regency New Brunswick.
Thursday’s Spotlight on Healthy Communities and Homes will feature in-depth discussions from leading experts and panel presentations from trendsetters in the field with many other learning opportunities.
On Friday, the Network will offer our traditional Under One Roof program including a selection of workshops, as well as award and milestone presentations and our business meeting. Both days will feature plenty of networking time.
Under One Roof has become New Jersey’s premier gathering of community development practitioners, housing advocates and private sector partners.
The Network expects over 250 policy, planning and organizing experts, as well as public and business leaders from around the state.
Full event agenda and honorees coming soon but here’s just some of what you can expect at Under One Roof 2017:
Workshops on key topics impacting NJ’s community development sector such as healthy homes, foreclosure prevention, homelessness prevention, neighborhood revitalization, etc. Click here to read all about this year’s workshops.
Continuing education credits
Invaluable networking opportunities!
New this year, rooms are available at the Hyatt Regency. Simply call (732) 873-1234 and ask to reserve your room for the Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey conference on October 19.
Since 1989, the Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey has worked to improve the environment for the work of community development corporations (CDCs), and to strengthen their capacity to create housing and revitalize distressed neighborhoods throughout New Jersey.
The Network is a statewide association of over 250 non-profit housing and community development corporations, individuals, professional organizations, and prominent New Jersey corporations that support the creation of housing choices and economic opportunities for low- and moderate-income community residents.
The Network and its members share a commitment to promoting economic justice and the empowerment of low-income individuals and communities, and encouraging wider participation in the framing and implementation of public policies.
They support their CDC members by providing targeted technical assistance and educational programs, pursuing additional resources and improved public policies, and conducting research on ways to enhance the impact and effectiveness of the community development sector.