Youth Homelessness Community Planning Sessions at CAEH16
Are you interested in or conducting youth homelessness community planning? Are you attending the CAEH16 Conference in London Ontario Nov 2 to 4?
There are two sessions that focus on Youth Homelessness Community Planning. http://conference.caeh.ca/wp-content/uploads/CAEH16_ConferenceProgram_ENG-Web.pdf
AWH3: Communities leading change: case studies in community planning and implementation - CAEH Conference Registration Required http://conference.caeh.ca/
Community planning is key to preventing and ending youth homelessness. A Way Home:Working Together to End Youth Homelessness has supported sector and community capacity to plan, implement and sustain effective, evidence-based and measurable strategies to prevent and end youth homelessness. This session will include an overview of A Way Home’s YouthHomelessness Community Planning Toolkit (an essential resource for communities that want to engage in youth homelessness planning) and includes examples from two communities and their experiences of community planning and implementation.
Moderator: Mary-Jane McKitterick, A Way Home CanadaPresenters: Dr. Alina Turner, Turner Research and StrategyKatherine McParland, Interior Community Services, Kamloops BC and Val Janz, Interior Community Services, Kamloops BC. Giri Puligandla, Homeward Trust Edmonton
Ontario Youth Homelessness Community planning panel discussion - CAEH Conference Registration NOT Required
Communities and all levels of government across Canada have begun to recognize that youth homelessness is a complex social issue distinct from adult homelessness in its causes and conditions. In response, community planning that involves broad multi-sectoral engagement is increasing as an effective strategy to ensure innovative upstream solutions. Several communities are pioneering this work across the province and the government of Ontario has made youth homelessness one of four priorities in the review of the province’s PovertyReduction Strategy. Now is the moment to support and scale these efforts into a province-wide community of practice.A Way Home Canada, a national coalition to prevent and end youth homelessness, invites you to an Ontario Information Session for community leaders working on or interested in community planning to prevent and end youth homelessness. This session will feature presentations that provide context to the important work being done to prevent and end youth homelessness at the provincial and community level. We encourage young people with lived experience of homelessness, community leaders, service providers, researchers andOntario Service Managers to attend.
Moderator: Mary-Jane McKitterick, A Way Home CanadaPresenters: Elizabeth Hayward, City of Toronto Kaite Burkholder, A Way Home Ottawa, Alliance to End Homelessness, Darren Cooney, Ministry of Municipal Affairs and HousingMelanie Redman, A Way Home CanadaDr. Stephen Gaetz, Canadian Observatory on Homelessness
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