32nd Annual Keys Conference

Adapting to Changing Times: Where Do We Go From Here?

November 18, 2020
Virtual Conference 

 

Event Schedule 

 

Keynote Speaker:

To be announced​

Call for Workshop Presentations

Deadline 
July 31, 2020 

Leonard I. Saltzman Unsung Hero Award 

Workshop Topics Will Include:

 

The Effectiveness of Case Conferencing ​

The Impacts of Homelessness on LI Through a Pandemic: What Did We See, What Did We Learn and How We Plan to Go Forward 

Using the Community Land Trust Model to Create Affordable Housing ​

Affordable Housing Plus Services for Older Adults: Health Care Savings & Construction Best Practices 

Community Resources ​

The Fawn Response: Working with Survivors of Human Trafficking ​

Next Step, Recovery! Using SOAR to Maximize Income and Employment 

The Chain Reaction: The Effects Trauma, Cultural Inequality and Culture Bias Have on Homelessness 

Adapting to Virtual Times: "Safe Place" for Women Veterans to Access Medical and Mental Health Needs​

Wealth and Income Inequality 

Intersection of Homelessness and Criminal Justice 

Why We All Judge a Book By Its ​Cover: Defining and Deconstructing Implicit Bias 

Disaster Preparedness 

Education During COVID-19 and Racism-20: How We Got Here and Where We Go From Here 

2019 SPONSORS

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As a sponsor of the Keys Conference, you can help us achieve our goal of ending homelessness on Long Island while increasing brand awareness and positioning yourself as a leader in our community!

The annual Keys for the Homeless Conference is attended by over 400 people each year. The Conference offers a day-long opportunity to network with corporate and non-profit housing developers, funding sources, service providers, government officials, representatives from governments agencies, and vendors in various fields.  

Our sponsors not only enjoy a high-profile presence at the conference itself but you’ll be visible in materials and media surrounding the conference all year round!

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