Quarterly Housing Webinars
Each Quarter, NCHV hosts an online event for our members and network where they can learn about national best practices in housing. The webinars will cover various topics in housing and also offer opportunities for discussion and sharing.
Landlords Partnerships & Leaseups
In this webinar, we will discuss the basics of forming these relationships, how to maximize housing opportunities for veterans in your community, how to utilize various affordable housing programs to house veterans and ways to lease clients with multiple barriers to housing.
Partnering with your Public Housing Authority
This webinar will cover existing opportunities for affordable housing development, funding and development ideas brought on by COVID-19, and new potential ideas for partnership. This webinar will also share stories of advocacy, and where to find opportunities in our own communities for greater commitment to veteran housing needs.
Opportunities for New Affordable Housing Development
This webinar discusses opportunities for affordable housing development, share advocacy stories, and discuss where to find opportunities in your community.
This webinar challenges some of the misconceptions the public might have about affordable housing, and discusses why we all should be advocating for more of this type of housing intervention, and gives examples of communities that are promoting affordable housing.
Serving LGBTQ+ Veterans
This webinar will discusses
What homelessness looks like amongst LGBTQ+ veterans and challenges in housing that are unique to this population
Resources that can be used to address the housing needs of LGBTQ+ veterans
Best practices in affordable housing development that align with the needs of this population.
Effectively including the voices of those with lived experience
This quarterly webinar will cover, “Effectively including the voices of those with lived experience”.
To develop well-thought-out and complete communities, we need to functionally utilize the thoughts and opinions of those with lived expertise. The challenge is doing so in a way that is respectful of individual experiences while also using a collective voice to change the things that need systemic change.
The goal is to learn from communities that have a thoughtful method for sharing the perspectives of those with lived experiences- of housing instability, homelessness, utilizing veteran programs, and accessing a wide range of supportive services- to change how we create opportunities for housing stability moving forward.