Accessible, Affordable, Integrated Housing - Part 1: Partnerships for Housing Resources (1.5 hours)

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About the Training

It's no secret! The lack of accessible, affordable, integrated housing is the greatest barrier to community living facing people with disabilities today. You have the skills and resources to help people safely move home... if only there were homes available!

The New Community Opportunities Center provides two new programs to share proven partnerships to aggressively pursue and create accessible housing. Led by staff from Access Living in Chicago, IL, these presentations provide you with detailed methods for creating working relationships to develop accessible housing and enforce fair housing laws in your community!

Part 2 of the training with Kim Borowicz and Ken Walden explores Forging Legal Alliances to Ensure Fair Housing Enforcement

Target Audience

CIL Administrators, Housing Specialists, Advocates and others concerned with increasing the availability of integrated, affordable, accessible housing for persons with disabilities.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this training, participants will have knowledge and resources that will enable them to:

  • Identify a new model for developing integrated subsidized housing
  • Describe existing funding sources
  • Identify strategies for creating innovative CIL housing partnerships
  • Describe examples of how to connect need to opportunity

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