Thank you for another amazing year. We have received amazing feedback about the Beyond Housing 2014 conference that we will be incorporating into Beyond Housing 2016.
Below you can download electronic copies of PowerPoint presentations and handouts that were presented during the breakout sessions. You can also view videos of Keynote speeches and other videos that were shown during the conference.
Please note: in some cases, session speakers did not have presentations or handouts, or we do not have permission to post them here. For these reasons, we have also included a contact sheet of all the presenters for future follow up.
Listen to the full keynote speeches by Ralph da Costa Nunez, President and CEO, Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness and Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq., Managing Partner, Law Offices of Nikki Johnson-Huston, by clicking the links below:
The video about rapid rehousing, shown in conjunction with Ralph da Costa Nunez's keynote speech, can be viewed here.
Craig Blankenhorn, an internationally published photographer whose clients include HBO, Warner Bros., and CBS, showcased photographs documenting the growing crisis of child and family homelessness in America. View a video of his work and discussions with the families he photographed here.
View some of the Beyond Housing 2014 photos below:
Workforce Development for Homeless Families: Using a Partnership Model to Achieve Secure Employment and Housing
Workforce Development for Homeless Families Presented by: Tatjana Meschede, Research Director, Institute on Assets and Social Policy, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University Sara Chaganti, Senior Graduate Research Assistant, Institute on Assets and Social Policy, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University
An Innovative Partnership Between Housing and Public Schools
Safe in the Stacks: Community Spaces for Serving Homeless LGBTQ Youth
Safe in the Stacks Presented by: Jama Shelton, PhD, Forty to None Project Director, True Colors Fund Julie Ann Winklestein, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Vikki Terrile, Outreach and Youth Adult Services Coordinator, Queens Borough Public Library
The Poverty Experience: A Collaborative Training Effort in Pinellas County
CAP Menu Creative Arts Team Overview Presented by:Gwendolen Hardwick, Artistic and Education Director, City University of New York-Creative Arts Team (CUNY-CAT) Keith Johnston, Program Director, City University of New York-Creative Arts Team (CUNY-CAT)
System-Wide Training Curriculum for Staff Working with Families Experiencing Homelessness