Georgia Supportive Housing Association 4th Annual Conference

Georgia Supportive Housing Association 4th Annual Conference

November 18 and 19, 2014

State Bar of Georgia Conference Center-- Atlanta


POLICY DAY: One-day Town Hall Meeting -- Nov. 19
o Re-entry Housing and Criminal Justice Reform
o Mental Health Reform
o Policy for Youth Aging out, Seniors, Veterans
o Georgia’s Housing Voucher Program-Next Steps
o Medicaid Options and Supportive Housing
EDUCATION DAY: Management and Development-- Nov. 18
• Supportive Housing Quality Measures
• Transitional Housing Need and Opportunities
• Mental Health First Aid
• Advice to Property Managers
• Fair Housing
• DCA’s Section 811 Program
•Re-entry Housing

Policy Day Info and Registration (control + click to follow the link) here
Education Day Info and Registration (control + click to follow the link) here

To connect to electronic registration, full program details, sponsorships and exhibitor space go to: www.supportivehousingassociation.com.
Contact Paul Bolster at bolsterp@bellsouth.net.

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