This week, there were several news articles about homelessness – a handful that even referenced the National Alliance to End Homelessness specifically (like this Scientific American piece about chronic homelessness, this editorial about the National Conference on Ending Family and Youth Homelessness from San Jose Inside, and this story about the Alliance’s effort to end homelessness in the state of Virginia from the Richmond Times Dispatch) – but I thought it would be fun to highlight some great tweets and Facebook posts from the National Conference on Ending Family and Youth Homelessness taking place right now in Los Angeles, CA!
FamilyHomeless: Did you miss yesterday’s Tweet & Greet at #NAEH12? No worries – just join @ThinkT3 today in the lobby at 2PM PT! @naehomelessness
jillf50: Activist/writer Barbara Ehrenrich on #homelessworkers & “the myth of the poverty payoff” @gatesfoundation @HuffPost @naehomelessness
UMOM: @naehomelessness this session is great! Learning great tips and strategies for using sm 2 end homelessness! #NAEH12 @hardlynormal
khanlon: A #ff to D’Arcy Klingle @naehomelessness for her amazing months of prep work for #naeh12! Thank you!
100khomes: Nan Roman introduces Mark Johnston of HUD: “He has so much integrity, and so much trust.” #NAEH12
funderstogether: RT @naehomelessness: “Rapid re-housing has been an unqualified success” for ending family homelessness – Mark Johnston at #NAEH12
fbxyouth: “Working together, we have the ability to change the world around us.” Susan Baker of @naehomelessness at #NAEH12 Conference. Let’s do this!
USICHgov: @USICH’s Zeilinger moderates wkshop #NAEH122:30pm Innovative Partnerships w/PHAs. Innovative models being used to end #homelessness
@Anacapa: Really great points about helping people w/cognitive issues. @AscenciaCA’s outreach case managers help tremendously with that. #NAEH
jill_remelski: RT @lostawareness: Mistakes will happen. Be transparent. Be honest. Add humour. Mark Horvath @#naeh12