The conference is designed to provide educational opportunities for a diverse group of individuals and organizations working to eliminate homelessness and to improve the lives of people living with mental illness through affordable housing and recovery services. The resulting target audience includes licensed mental health professionals, alcohol and drug counselors, peer support specialists, prevention specialists, case managers, advocates, researchers, educators and other professionals engaged in social services, health care, faith communities, public housing, affordable housing development, criminal justice, public policy, and community planning. The conference will also be beneficial to individuals and families who have experienced homelessness, or are at high risk of becoming homeless, including veterans, people transitioning from incarceration, transitional age youth and people living with a mental illness and their family members.
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