Congress

3rd Annual Congress on Ending Homelessness

November 18, 2014, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
UT Scott Park Campus

Agenda

Sessions:

SPDAT: Q&A (pptx)

Bowman End User Presentation (pdf)

Bowman End User Supplemental (pptx)

 


The Toledo Lucas County Homelessness Board, City of Toledo Department of Neighborhoods, and Lucas County Commissioners held the 2nd Annual Congress “Ending Homelessness in Toledo – Lucas County” on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at University of Toledo – Scott Park Campus.

Keynote Speaker:
Joyce Probst-MacAlpine

Montgomery County Assistant Director of Housing and Homeless Solutions
Joyce Probst MacAlpine is the Assistant Director of Housing and Homeless Solutions for Montgomery County, OH. Ms. Probst MacAlpine is responsible for supporting the implementation of the Homeless Solutions Community Ten Year Plan, A Blueprint for Ending Chronic Homelessness and Reducing Overall Homelessness. Her duties include supporting the Homeless Solutions Policy Board which acts as the community’s Continuum of Care Board, identifying new resources for housing and supportive services, and analyzing existing and proposed programs and policies affecting the homeless system. She is leading Montgomery County’s engagement in the production of 750 units of supportive housing and 1,800 units of affordable housing over the ten year span of the Homeless Solutions Plan. She took a lead role in the development and implementation of the Front Door Assessment, a comprehensive coordinated assessment process, in August 2010.

Presenter:
Michael Marsh

President and CEO Toledo Fair Housing Center
Michael P. Marsh is a Certified Fund Raising Executive and civil rights champion who has been with the Toledo Fair Housing Center since 1997. As the President & CEO, he is accountable for the strategic vision and successful operation of the agency and ensuring that the agency remains mission driven. Read more about Michael Marsh.

Materials from the Congress:

2nd Congress Agenda

Presentations

CoC Update

CASE Plan documents