Monday, January 25, 2021 | 3:00pm ET / 2:00pm CT / 1:00pm MT / 12:00pm PT
We cannot end youth homelessness until we prevent it. Feasible, sustainable solutions require many things, including the participation of young people, the reliance on evidence, consideration of multiple public systems with roles in youth well-being, the benefit of knowledge gained on the front lines, a vision of equity, and a posture that empowers young people.
In this webinar, we will be exploring the Youth Homelessness Prevention Initiative, which will be developing a national strategy to prevent youth homelessness that integrates all those components and reflects a diverse array of stakeholder voices. Chapin Hall will discuss how they are developing this collaborative agenda and movement for action and evidence-building around prevention. While this national work will be launching early next year, we will hear from the Washington State Office of Homeless Youth about their multi-prong state-level work on the prevention of youth homelessness, which includes co-designing with young people with lived expertise. Whether on the national level or on the state level, funders can play a role in supporting the focus on rigorous prevention research and evaluation. Join us for this engaging conversation with funders and providers who are exploring strategies to prevent youth homelessness.
- Casey Trupin, Director of Youth Homelessness, Raikes Foundation
- Matthew Morton, Research Fellow, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago
- Shree Lakshmi (SL) Rao, Senior Foster America Fellow, Office of Homeless Youth, Washington State Department of Commerce
- Charles Rutheiser, Senior Associate in Center for Community and Economic Opportunity, Annie E. Casey Foundation
How to Register
Please register for this webinar through the button below. Once confirmed, you’ll receive call-in information directly from Zoom, which will be resent the day before and day-of the program. If you have any questions about registration in the hour before this webinar, please contact Lauren Samblanet, Knowledge Management and Communications Manager.
Please note: Participation in our programming is limited to private funders, United Ways, corporate-giving programs, philanthropy-serving organizations, and members of Funders Together. If you have any questions about your eligibility to participate, please contact Stephanie Chan, Director of Membership and Programs.
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