Save the dates for two webinars designed to help homeless advocates and service providers more effectively understand and navigate the new legislative session in Hartford. CCEH and PSC have also scheduled Advocacy Days for April 1 and April 2 for all CAN representatives to meet with their legislators.
Request for Presentations: 2015 Annual Training Institute
CCEH invites homeless service providers, advocates, policy makers and other experts from around Connecticut and across the country to respond to our Request for Presentations at the 2015 Annual Training Institute, Solving the Puzzle: Uniting Local, State, and National Efforts to End Homelessness, set for Thursday, May 14 at the Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford, CT.
The 2015 CCEH Annual Training Institute (ATI) marks the 13th premier capacity-building event for organizations working across Connecticut to prevent and end homelessness. The goal of the ATI is to provide training and information to an estimated 400 persons who serve individuals and families who experience homelessness, advocates, funders, and other stakeholders.
In this difficult budget climate, we are deeply appreciative of the Gov. Dannel Malloy’s continued commitment to programs aimed at ending homelessness and providing affordable, safe housing choices for every resident of Connecticut. We need your help to make sure that these critical programs are funded. Here is information on how to testify at two upcoming legislative hearings, March 2 and 6, on important budgets.