Building Effective Coalitions in Alaska

October 24, 2017

System Performance Measures – What Are They and How Can They Improve Client Outcomes?

October 24, 2017

Lunch Plenary: Delbert Pungowiyi, Chris Kolerok, Eva Malvich, and Chris Collins

October 24, 2017

Federal Partner Listening Session/Discussion

October 24, 2017

Coordinated Entry: What, Why, Who, How, When

October 24, 2017

Governor’s Council on the Homeless

October 23, 2017

Lunch Plenary: Diane Yentel, President & CEO, National Low Income Housing Coalition

October 23, 2017

Local Coalition Updates

October 23, 2017

Welcome and Opening Remarks

October 23, 2017

Message from Sen. Lisa Murkowski

January 19, 2017

Governor’s Council on the Homeless Fall Meeting 10/12/16

January 19, 2017

Lunch Plenary, 10/12/16: Kevin Martone

January 19, 2017

Panel Session IV: Collaborative Efforts: Reentry

January 19, 2017

Panel Session III: Housing First Projects in Alaska

January 19, 2017

Panel Session II: A community Approach

January 19, 2017

Panel Session I: “Look How Far You’ve Come!”

January 19, 2017

Lunch Plenary Nan Roman, President and CEO of National Alliance to End Homelessness

January 19, 2017

Local Coalition Report Backs and ICA Update

January 19, 2017

Welcome and 2016 Opening Remarks

January 19, 2017

Juneau World Affiars: The Syrian Refugee Crisis: From the Front Lines to the Headlines

Eric Kocher is an EMT and attorney from Haines who’s spent six months in Greece helping Syrian refugees who have fled war

The Flying University: Community

A forum with people from the documentary "The Flying University" and experts in the field.

Lunch and Conference Wrap-Up

October 14, 2015

Creating Healthy Communities for Returning Citizens – Alaska Prisoner Reentry Initiative

A first step in creating a process, both inside and outside, to help returning Alaska prisoners reengage in their home communities.

My House: Steamdriven Thrift Shop

The Steamdriven Thrift Shop is a for-profit business that trains and employs youth and provides profits for case management services.

Alaska Council on the Homeless Meeting

The Alaska Council on the Homeless meets twice per year to fulfill its mission as a public policy forum for recommendations on the use of state and federal resources to address homelessness

Bill Block, HUD Regional Administrator for Region X

Bill Block is the HUD Regional Administrator for Region X, serving Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington

Basics of the Fair Housing Act and Reasonable Accommodations

The Fair Housing Act (emphasizing) disability and reasonable accommodations) and recent developments in fair housing law

Utah’s Path to Functional Zero

Utah's 2015 chronic homeless count showed a 91% reduction since 2005. How did they do it?

Community Forum On Homelessness

Community planning, strategies to address homelessness and a conversation on the Mayor’s developing plans to end homelessness in our community.

Alaska Homeless Management Information System – Technical Assistance For Users

Interactive Q&A session, led by the attendees. Attendees will be able to ask questions of ICA staff, who will be available “live and in person” to answer.

Understanding Alaska’s Regional Housing Authorities

Alaska’s fourteen Regional Housing Authorities (RHAs) play a critical role in the delivery of housing and housing-related services throughout every region of the state.

Housing and the Continuum of Care Within the Department of Social Services

Learn how current initiatives are implementing a permanent supported housing philosophy

Plenary Session: Lloyd Pendleton

For more than nine years Lloyd has been an advocate for the homeless.

Technical Assistance Collaborative

Supportive housing options and insight into TAC’s work with DHSS on the Strategic Supportive Housing Plan

Alaska Homeless Management Information System

Overview of the Institute for Community Alliances work with the Homeless Management Information System around the country.

Welcome & AKCH2 Coalition Update

A brief overview of the Institute for Community Alliances work with the Homeless Management Information System

Brother Francis Shelter

Hear from guests and staff of the largest homeless shelter in Alaska

Housing First: Juneau, Alaska

A short video about The Glory Hole homeless shelter’s efforts to start a Housing First project to serve the most vulnerable homeless individuals in Juneau

What We’ve Learned – Town Hall Discussion

Looking back on a year of examining housing and homelessness issues.

Karluk Manor

Hear how a “Housing First” facility has made a difference by offering a safe, stable residence for homeless individuals affected by alcoholism.

NEST – Nome Emergency Shelter Team

NEST considers itself 'the last resort next to freezing to death.' It is an 'overnight winter shelter for any adult in need, regardless of their level of intoxication.'

The Glory Hole

The Glory Hole is an emergency homeless shelter, soup kitchen and care center in Juneau.

Youth and Family Homlessness – Town Hall Discussion

A discussion of what can be done to address homeless children and families in Ketchikan.

Making a Difference & Governor’s Address

Making a Difference Samuel Johns discusses why he wants to make a difference and a Facebook group that reconnects people that are homeless with friends and family.

Association of Alaska Housing Authorities, Legislative Priorities and Conference Wrap-Up

October 1, 2014

Plenary Speaker Josh Arvidson – Trauma and Homelessness

October 1, 2014

Self-Care & Self-Regulation: Helping Our Nervous System Through Compassion Fatigue via Sensation Awareness and Orientation

October 1, 2014

Public Housing

October 1, 2014

Housing First Across the Country – Town Hall Discussion

Housing First is a growing movement providing people with permanent, supportive, stable housing to make it easier to treat the underlying causes of homelessness.

Alaska Housing Data Panel

October 1, 2014

Results of the First Statewide Survey of Alaskans on Adverse Childhood Experiences

October 1, 2014

Alaska Council on the Homeless Meeting

September 30, 2014

Plenary Speaker Bill Hobson: Developing Housing First Projects

A broad overview of the basic elements of housing first project development.

Non-Profit Housing Developers Forum

September 30, 2014

Employment and Engagement

September 30, 2014

Overcoming Opposition to Housing First

Opposition to housing first developments can come from a variety of sources. This session will examine strategies to overcome each of these obstacles.

United States Interagency Council on Homelessness

Agenda items include the Mayor’s Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness, opportunities in VA Rural Health resources, and other updates.

Prisoner Re-Entry Programs: Agency Presentations

September 29, 2014

Housing First Permanent Supportive Housing

Featuring Sam Tsemberis, founder and CEO of Pathways To Housing.

Youth Homelessness in Alaska Panel Discussion

September 29, 2014

Alaska Division of Behavioral Health, Office of Supportive Housing

September 29, 2014

Plenary Speaker Sam Tsemberis

Sam Tsemberis, Ph.D., is founder and CEO of Pathways to Housing, Inc. and a spokesperson on homelessness, mental illness, addiction

Faith-Based Solutions to Sheltering of Families and Individuals

September 29, 2014

Alaska Housing First Program Evaluation

September 29, 2014

Welcome and Opening Remarks

September 29, 2014

Living with Substance Abuse – Town Hall Discussion

Living with Substance Abuse is the first in a series of A Roof town hall meetings to be held around the state.

Lisle Hebert Interview Part 2

KTOO reporter Casey Kelly interviews Lisle Hebert about his documentary, “Crazy”

Lisle Hebert Interview Part 1

KTOO reporter Casey Kelly interviews Lisle Hebert about his documentary, “Crazy”

Combating Rural Poverty through “Last Mile” Solutions

Alex Counts is the founder of the Grameen Foundation, which combats global poverty through microfinance, mobile healthcare and empowering farmers.

Crazy – A Film by Lisle Hebert

This film's title is CRAZY, not because it deals with mental illness but because the way we deal with mental illness and homelessness is crazy.