Seven Feathers Casino Resort
146 Chief Miwaleta Lane
Canyonville, OR 97417
Please join us for the
2016 Oregon Coalition on Housing and Homelessness Annual Conference.
Our theme this year is “Human Rights: Everyone Counts!”
The conference will be held at the beautiful Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville, OR.
Executive Director of Street Roots
Western Regional Advocacy Project (WRAP)
Presentation: The Homeless Bill of Rights is a grassroots organizing campaign fighting to end the criminalization of poor and homeless people’s existence. The campaign strives to ensure that all people have the basic right to live where they choose without fear of harassment and criminalization at the hands of the police.
Oregon Health Authority
Oregon Housing and Community Services
Presentation: The state’s efforts to integrate health care and supportive housing for individuals served by Medicaid.
First Place Family Center – First Place Kids/Early Childhood Center
Presentation: Reaching the Invisible Children– A Wraparound Model for Homeless Families with Young Children: How a therapeutic early childhood program provides education, respite, and support for unhoused families with young children. This is a model accessible to all, and can be replicated in your community.
Clackamas County Social Services
Presentation: Not as Different as we Think: Integrating Domestic Violence into Coordinated Housing Systems
Citizens Education & Advocacy, Homeless Action Project
Presentation: Guerrilla Advocacy: Making Sure Everyone Counts
Amara Thelen, M.Ed.
Options for Southern Oregon
Presentation: Mental Health First Aid
Patricia J. McLean
Human Solutions, Inc.
Presentation: Collaborating Across Systems
Anna Sage, B.S.
Central City Concern
Presentation: From Homeless to Housed: How the HOPE Collaborative is utilizing Housing First and Harm Reduction models to house and empower vulnerable and chronically homeless adults and families.
Douglas County School District #4 Roseburg
Presentation: First Hour Needs This presentation is focused on students but could be easily adapted to any social service model.
Oxford House Outreach Services for the State of Oregon and California
Presentation: The Oxford House Model, Understanding to Implementation or Social network support for recovery with abstinence: the Oxford House Model
Amanda Antenucci, LCSW
Presentation: Trauma Informed Approaches to Working with LGBTQ Youth in Housing and Treatment Services
Transformational Community Alignment (TCA) is helping organizations solve problems through assessment, planning and innovation.
Presentation: The 15th Night Initiative: A Youth Centered Community Movement to End Youth Homelessness
United Church of Christ
Presentation: Organizing while making Obsolete; Emergency shelter in Semi-Rural Oregon
Kendra Phillips Neal
Jackson Street Youth Services
Presentation: Collaboration Success: What Makes Working Together Work
Ross Banister D.Min., NAADAC II
Chaplain to the Marginalized, Housing Transitions Action Group Douglas County (HTAG)
Presentation: A Drop In Center for Douglas County
Nathan Fiedler, MA, QMHP
Deschutes County Behavioral Health
Presentation: Hearing Voices: Improving Communication with People Living with Voices, Spirits, Visions, and Other Unique Experiences
Fair Housing Council of Oregon
Presentation: Civil Rights in Housing and Shelters: Fundamentals and New Developments in Fair Housing Laws
Battered Persons Advocacy, The Ford Family Foundation, Casa de Belen (This presentation is a joint effort between multiple agencies)
Presentation: Paper Tigers: A Trauma Informed Care Documentary and Accompanying Discussion
Neighborhood Partnerships and the Oregon Housing Alliance
Presentation: Housing and Homelessness: Oregon Housing Alliance’s 2017 Legislative Agenda & Local Advocacy Training
Samaritan House, Inc. Family Transitional Shelter
Second Home, Lincoln County
Lincoln Community Dispute Resolution
Presentation: Safe Here: A trauma-informed approach for systems and the people within them