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Webinar: supporting veterans experiencing homelessness

Webinar: supporting veterans experiencing homelessness

Webinar: supporting veterans experiencing homelessness

Thursday, January 16, 2020
Date and Time: Thursday, 16 January 2020 | 2.00pm-3.00pm | FREE
Location: Online 

This webinar will explore how homelessness charities and Local Authorities can respond and provide support to veterans at risk of, or experiencing, homelessness. It will look at what solutions and support are available to vulnerable veterans.

The webinar will be presented by Ed Tytherleigh, Chief Executive of Stoll, a leading provider of supported housing to vulnerable veterans and Lee Buss, Director of Operations and Group Veteran’s Lead at Riverside, a leading registered provider of supported and social housing.

Who is this webinar for?

All staff working in the homelessness and supported housing sector including both Local Authority and voluntary sector staff.

What will you learn?

This webinar will explore:

  1. Background information on who qualifies as a veteran

  2. The profile of homelessness within the veterans’ community

  3. The services that exist for veterans facing homelessness

  4. Information on the Cobseo Housing Cluster, including who their members are

  5. Details of the No Homeless Veterans Campaign

  6. How homelessness charities can help prevent veterans’ homelessness

  7. The obligations of Local Authorities around veterans

There will be the opportunity for you to ask questions.

Bookings

There is no charge to attend this webinar.

What's on?

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    VRF Drop In

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  • Southend Frontline Network

    Southend Frontline Network

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  • VRF Drop In

    VRF Drop In

    This is a drop in session for frontline workers to ask any questions they have about the Vicar's Relief Fund