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National Conference On Ending Family Homelessness: A Selection of Materials Presented
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The following presentations are available on the Web site:

•Keynote Address by Nan Roman, President of the National Alliance to End Homelessness
•"Family Homelessness: Where to From Here?" A presentation of research by Dr. Dennis Culhane, University of Pennsylvania Professor of Social Welfare Policy, originally delivered as part of his keynote address
•"Housing Homeless Families: What Role for Services?" A presentation by Dr. Mary Beth Shinn of New York University's Department of Psychology as part of the workshop, "Research on Family Homelessness,"
•"The Family Permanent Supportive Housing Initiative: Preliminary Findings Report" Presented by Dr. Martha Burt of the Urban Institute, Washington, DC as part of the workshop, "Research on Family Homelessness”
•"Building Effective Plans to End Family Homelessness" and "Franklin County Family System" Presented by Tom Albanese of the Community Shelter Board in Columbus, Ohio as part of the workshop, "Building Effective Plans to End Family Homelessness”
•"Homelessness Prevention: Volunteers of America - Kentucky" and "Providing Services to Immigrants: A National Perspective" Presented by Jeremy Rosen of Volunteers of America as part of the workshops, "Homelessness Prevention" and "Services to Immigrants”
•"Minimizing the Trauma of Homelessness for Children" Presented by Ted Wenta of the Everett Family YMCA as part of the workshop of the same title (NAEH)
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