These slides were presented at the National Alliance to End Homelessness 2016 Conference in Washington, DC. These slides framed the conversation about how CoCs can fund and operationalize employment programming by discussing the evidence and value of earned income for people experiencing homelessenss and highlighting evidence-based employment progrm models and best practices to help homeless josbeekers succeed in work. Presenters from Heartland Human Care Services, Building Changes, and the SNAP Office of Employment and Training sharedadditional information about how CoCs can incorporate employment programming into their work.
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- Copyright 2016 Heartland Alliance's National Initiatives on Poverty & Economic Opportuntiy.