Connecting the Dots at CSH Summit 2019

CSH Summit 2019 – Supportive Housing Connections to Workforce Development, Community Planning, Education & More

CSH has announced the date and location of the CSH Summit 2019. The CSH Supportive Housing Summit will take place April 30 to May 2, 2018 in Indianapolis at the JW Marriott Indianapolis. The theme of this year’s Summit is “Connect the Dots.”

The CSH  Summit 2019 will connect the dots between workforce development, community planning, education, criminal justice, primary & mental health, substance use, intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD), child welfare & youth, and aging.

  • CSH works with the mission to advance solutions that use housing as a platform for services to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people, maximize public resources and build healthy communities.
  • CSH works with the vision of envisioning a future in which high-quality supportive housing solutions are integrated into the way every community serves the men, women and children in most need.
  • This CSH Summit 2019 is devoted to supportive housing and brings together thought leaders from every part of the country. The summit brings these thought leaders together for one of the most important affordable, supportive housing conferences of the year.
  • Over 800 through leaders attended the CSH Summit 2018. Attendees at least year’s Summit learned about best practices, system transformation, improving outcomes with applied research and data, equity: policies and practices, beyond housing stability, moving on from supportive housing and population specific strategies, healthcare, and innovations in the field.

On June 6, 2018, a team of private and public partners working to end homelessness in New Jersey presented at the annual 2018 CSH conference in Los Angeles on “Homelessness and Medicaid Use: The Impact of Housing and Services.”

The workshop was attended by over 50 professionals working to end homelessness from across the country who were eager to learn about the New Jersey research and who engaged in an interactive Q & A period with the audience.

New Jersey experts presenting included:

Kate Kelly who works with Monarch Housing’s Public Policy Team moderated the panel discussion.


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