Save the Date and Survey on Resource Fair to End Homelessness
The Second Annual Resource Fair will take place on Thursday, June 14, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm at The Kittredge Center, Room 301-303, Holyoke Community College (please mark your calendar!). This Fair is designed for providers to learn about available resources and support services across every sub-population to help prevent and end homelessness among the people they serve. As planning gets underway, the Resource Fair Planning Group seeks your input to help make this fair as useful as possible to you. Thank you for completing this survey by Friday, March 9 if possible.
Would you like table space at the Resource Fair to share your information and resources?
If yes, please provide your organization name, population served and contact name and email address.
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We will offer a series of 30 minute workshops through the morning that will provide greater depth about services and resources related to specific sub-populations, including access points, eligibility criteria and the latest state and local initiatives. Please provide your feedback about issue areas of greatest interest to you. Please rank the following options from 1 to 5, 1 being least interest, 5 being greatest. *
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Family homelessness: how the EA system works
Domestic violence services
Veterans services
Unaccompanied Homeless Youth Services
Chronically Homeless Services
Employment Services
Coordinated Entry: what is it and why it matters
Are there other workshop topics you would like to see?
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We will have 4 classrooms available for workshops over a 2 hour period. Would you prefer fewer workshops offered twice (as in 4 workshop topics) or more workshops offered just once?
Your name/organization (optional, but it would be useful to gain an understanding of who is asking for what so we can follow-up with additional opportunities in the future).
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Questions? Write below or contact Pamela Schwartz, Director, Western Massachusetts Network to End Homelessness at pschwartz77@gmail.com
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