Whether we serve on the front lines, in the public sector, or as agents for social change, we recognize the inherent connections between housing, income stability, and mental health.
The Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless two day annual conference brings together a range ofexperts to present on a variety of issues, from hoarding disorder to domestic violence, Safe Harbor to legislative advocacy. Workshops will provide practical tools, best practices, and a chance to network with 400 colleagues and community members from across the state.
This is a unique opportunity to learn and share insights with a broad community. The conference is attended by social workers, case managers, nonprofit managers, state and county officials, advocates, researchers, and people who have experienced homelessness.
Conference attendees will be able to receive Continuing Education hours and Ethics Training for social workers.
Members register at reduced fees. Contact Katherine Wagoner about becoming a Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless member.