15th Annual Summit on Homelessness and Housing

The Kansas Statewide Homeless Coalition invites you to attend the

15th Annual Summit on Homelessness and Housing:

The Journey Home!

April 7th – 9th, 2014

Ramada Inn Conference Center

1616 W. Crawford

Salina, Kansas


Breakout sessions will include presentations on effective strategies for outreach, fundraising strategies for non-profits, McKinney-Vento Resources, and HMIS training 

v The excitement begins on April 7th with a poverty simulation followed by a pre-conference Networking Reception from 5pm-?

 v The conference begins on the 8th with a full day of presentations followed by another Networking Reception.   The conference resumes on the 9th with another day of presentations.

 To find out more about the conference, including how to become one of our presenters, please contact:  Doug Wallace:  (785)354-4990, info@kshomeless.com


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2 Responses to 15th Annual Summit on Homelessness and Housing

  1. Heather Wagner says:

    Can You Give Me An Idea Of Times So I Know Whether I Will Need To Stay Or If I Will Be Able To Drive Back And Forth. As well Well As Cost? Thanks!

  2. Doug says:

    Sure. The preconference poverty simulation on the 7th will occur sometime in the early afternoon, such as 1:00
    On the 8th, the conference will begin at around 8:45 and go until almost 5:00. Registration is at 8:00 – 8:45
    On the 9th, the conference will begin in the morning at 8:30 and will conclude at about 3:00.

    The registration fee is $75 for all three days (includes pre-conference activities and two meals during the conference)
    If three or more register from the same agency, we reduce the amount to $60 per person.

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