Current practicing attorneys, community
organizers, and policy advocates will engage in a panel discussion on homelessness prevention. No one solution exists to prevent an individual or family from entering the shelter system or from living on the streets. Join us for a discussion on the nuances of providing services to those at risk of homelessness, barriers to accessing services, and larger scale policy reforms geared directly or indirectly at homelessness prevention.
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Thursday, April 6, 2017
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Panel Discussion and Q&A
CUNY School of Law
2 Court Sq.
Long Island City, Queens 11101
Community Room (Room 3/115-116)
This is a free program but registration is required.
Professor Stephen Loffredo, Esq., CUNY School of Law
Jonathan Cohen, Esq., Senior Staff Attorney, Mental Health Project at the Urban Justice Center
|Monique "Mo" George, Executive Director, Picture the Homeless
Nadia Qurashi, Esq., Senior Staff Attorney, Peter Cicchino Youth Project at the Urban Justice Center
Jacquelyn Simone, Policy Analyst, Coalition for the Homeless