This event is an informative session for individuals who believe they have faced discrimination in rental housing.
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The 2019 National Conference on Ending Homelessness and Capitol Hill Day is the nation’s largest convening of service providers, leaders, advocates, and consumers working to end homelessness in the United States.
Like most conferences, this one features dynamic knowledgeable speakers and provides opportunities to learn best practice approaches and exchange creative ideas, but it is so much more. It offers such amazing opportunities to network and receive and provide encouragement and support that it has even been described as “magical!” However, the “magical” part of this conference is intangible and cannot be fully understood without actually being there.
If you share our passion for breaking down barriers and creating opportunities for second chances, we invite you to partner with us and celebrate April 2019 as Second Chance Month!
This event is a gathering of influential faith leaders and criminal justice thought leaders from around the country who share a common interest in practical solutions for abolishing America’s massive and increasingly privatized prison industrial complex.
There is no better place for HR professional development than SHRM’s Annual Conference & Exposition. By attending, you’ll gain the tools and resources you need to implement successful HR practices – which help your company succeed.
The purpose of this meeting is for family members to meet with Departmental representatives and discuss issues concerning the incarceration of their love one(s).
Family members and significant others of offenders incarcerated in the Georgia prison system.
Join the NIA at the State Capitol as we discuss Criminal Justice and Housing.
Hear from criminal justice reform leaders, share your personal story with lawmakers, learn from people impacted by our system, and work together to transform Georgia.
Join the NIA at the State Capitol as we discuss the impact of incarceration on families.