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Housing Ends Homelessness Online Workshop (virtual)
March 26 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Please join us on the internet!
While the virus has many of us staying home, we can still come together online to learn, share, and find out how to get involved to make a difference.
This online workshop for Santa Clara County neighbors will help answer your questions on everything you ever wanted to know about housing, and connect you with others working to end and prevent homelessness in our community.
Have you ever asked…
- What is the Community Plan to End Homelessness?
- What is supportive housing, and how does it work?
- How do we work to both prevent and end homelessness in your city and throughout the county?
- Where are new housing developments moving forward and what will they be like?
- How will new housing be an asset for our neighborhoods?
Registration required. Capacity limited.
Special Note: We normally hold our workshops in person out in the community. We are now organizing special online workshop webinars, however, to accommodate maximum participation due to current restrictions and concerns about hosting and attending community events. We hope you will log on and join us as we learn and organize together!
Online Webinar. No physical location. Register on Eventbrite for webinar link: webinar.housingready.org
Workshop hosted by Destination: Home as part of the Housing Ready Communities initiative. More information at housingready.org
If you are not available for this workshop, please check our calendar for more dates and times: calendar.housingready.org
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Please invite your friends, colleagues and neighbors, and share the event with your networks. Check back soon for a PDF flyer to help you share with your neighbors!
Link to this Event
Please note that this is our introductory workshop and discussion. If you have previously attended a Housing Ready Communities workshop with Destination: Home, this one will be largely the same. To take your involvement to the next level, contact us and ask about our Neighborhood Ambassador program.
Flyer Image: The Veranda, a new Charities Housing supportive and deeply affordable housing development for seniors in Cupertino.