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31st Annual Keys Conference

Trauma and Homelessness:

Successful Interventions for Stability

November 1, 2019
Touro Law Center

 

Keynote Speaker:

Anthony Zenkus, Professor from the School of Social Work at Columbia University

Workshop Topics Will Include:

 

Integrating Homeless Seniors in Low-Income Housing*

The Neurobiology of Trauma

Advances Motivational Interviewing

Self-Care and Healthy Caregiving

Using Data for Project Development and Funding

Implicit Bias and Its Impact on Our Professional Lives

Home and Community Based Services

 

Emerging Practices for Individuals Experiencing

Homelessness*

Intersection of Runaway/Homeless Youth and Trafficking

SOAR: Increasing Access to Income, Housing and

Employment Through SSDI

Developing and Funding Capital Projects for Affordable

Housing

Rapid Rehousing In Action

Trauma-Informed Care*

Section 8: Dispelling Myths and Mysteries

*indicates workshop eligible for social work CEUs

2019 Platinum Sponsors

Concern for Independent Living

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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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CONTACT US

Long Island Coalition for the Homeless
600 Albany Avenue

Suite 2
Amityville, NY 11701

 

Open Monday - Friday

9am-5pm

Phone: (631) 464-4314
Fax: (631) 464-4319