Thursday, January 9, 2020

Strategies 2.0: Rural Policies to Improve Housing Affordability and Accessibility - Thurs Feb 13

Strategies 2.0 
Further Along the Road to Building Family, Agency, Community Resilience:
Rural Housing
Thursday, February 13, 2020 

Targeted outcomes for the day include: 
  • Share how is housing a factor in child abuse prevention.        
  • Examine the policies that have contributed to creating the housing crisis in California.  
  • Learn what is on the horizon on a state and federal level to address housing affordability. 
  • Analyze factors in housing affordability and accessibility.  How do counties in the Sierra rate in terms of housing affordability and accessibility?   
  • Learn about innovative model(s) to improve housing affordability in a rural setting.
  • Explore what we can do as family strengthening professionals to address the barriers to creating affordable and accessible housing in our communities 

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Featured Speaker:
Christopher Martin, Legislative Advocate, Housing California, will provide an overview of policies over the last 40 years that have contributed to the large affordability/accessibility gap.
Christopher will share what is on the California legislative landscape--what are some opportunities, especially for rural communities? 

Hosted by the Sierra Learning Community, under the auspices of Strategies 2.0 and the Office of Child Abuse Prevention. 

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