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USICH staff and leadership speak at and participate in events across the country to keep up with research and best practices, learn about local needs and innovations, educate the public, and advance our mission to prevent and end homelessness. We present at national events—like the National Conference to End Homelessness and U.S. Conference of Mayors Meetings—and at local events like town halls and lived experience board meetings.
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Our staff speak at events around the country. Here are some recent highlights:
- NAEH Conference: 'Hope Is a Choice': USICH Director Delivers Closing Remarks
- Congressional Testimony: U.S. Senate Holds Hearing on All In: The Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness
- Health Care for the Homeless Conference: ‘Housing Is Health Care’: USICH Director Delivers Remarks
- Quarterly Update: ‘Sheer Magic But Not a Panacea’: USICH Director Delivers Remarks on the Past, Present, and Future of Housing First
This list is updated biweekly. It curates virtual and in-person events from our Council member agencies and other organizations involved in our mission to prevent and end homelessness. Email missing and relevant events to email@example.com.
- Weekly Office Hours: Emergency Housing Vouchers (First Tuesdays; HUD)
- Biweekly Office Hours: COVID-19 Planning and Response for Homeless Assistance Providers (Fridays; HUD)
- 2024 PIT Count Office Hours (February 22; HUD)
- Strategies and Considerations for Representing Older Adults with SSI/SSDI Claims (February 27; SAMHSA)
- NIHHIS Webinar on Extreme Heat and Homelessness (February 29; National Integrated Heat Health Information System)
- HOME-ARP Implementing Preferences Through Referral Methods (February 29; HUD)
- HOME-ARP Office Hours With HUD's Office of Affordable Housing Programs (March 5; HUD)
- Rural Rental Housing Options for Survivors (March 5; National Resource Center on Domestic Violence)