San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Conference Overview and Theme:
The 7 Cities on Housing and Homelessness invites you to the 2017 Conference on Housing First and Homelessness where practitioners, government, academia, and interested community members assemble, create dialogue, and collaboratively focus our efforts to end homelessness. This year the conference theme will be Building a Better Tomorrow by Building Resiliency Today.
Call for Presentations:
To submit a presentation for the 2017 conference. Please visit the call for speakers page on the 7 cities website, and submit your proposal by no later than 12:00PM on April 18th, 2017.
Reception and Conference:
Networking Reception – Hyatt Edmonton – Gallery Lounge | June 7, 5:00pm to 8:00pm
Conference – Shaw Conference Centre | June 8, 8:30am – 4:30pm | June 9, 8:30am – 1:45 pm
Group Rates are provided by the Edmonton Hyatt Hotel at 9576 Jasper Ave, Edmonton, AB T5H 4H7, and range from $134 to $144 (depending on room size) per night. Each guest room comes with a complimentary breakfast buffet, and is a short walk to the Shaw Conference Centre.
To book your guest room click on the link below:
or call 587.525.1234 or 1.888.492.8847 and ask for the 7 Cities Conference Room Block
Zac Crouse (M.Ed, CTRS) is a recreation therapist, musician & expedition kayaker who delivers keynote presentations and workshops focusing on mental health, recreation and leadership.
Zac has a unique ability to discuss sensitive topics with respect and humour. His presentations are designed to engage and entertain the audience through stories, film and live music.
Zac has worked for over 17 years as a frontline practitioner with at-risk youth & families. He specializes in working with individuals who have mental health and substance use issues; and has an extensive background in adventure therapy and eco-therapy.
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7 cities on Housing and Homelessness
7 cities on Housing and Homelessness work collaboratively to support an end to homelessness in Alberta by advancing policy solutions to end homelessness with government partners, knowledge development and dissemination with Alberta and national peers to advance an end to homelessness supporting the professional development of Alberta's homeless-serving leaders and front-line workers, and service excellence and program development to ensure continuous improvement.
For more information please visit http://www.7cities.ca/