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One Week Left to Submit Abstracts for NCHV Annual Conference Workshops

Completed materials due Jan. 14

Homeless veterans
The problem is far worse than many Americans realize.

(SACRAMENTO) - The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (NCHV) has released an abstract submission form for all interested parties who would like to present a workshop at the 2011 NCHV Annual Conference and Membership Meeting being held June 6-8 in Washington, D.C. A completed form and draft agenda should be emailed to rbrown@nchv.org by Jan. 14. Selected recipients will be notified by Feb. 4.

The 2011 conference will mark the second year of the current Administration’s five-year plan to end homelessness among veterans. Join us for updates from federal agencies, training on topics across the spectrum of homeless veteran services and issues, and networking with service providers from across the country.

As Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki has made clear, the five-year plan requires our collaboration and ideas. Please consider joining NCHV in Washington, D.C. to share your expertise with peers.

To download the abstract submission form, click here.

More details about the 2011 NCHV Annual Conference will be posted to the NCHV website as they become available.

Cource: News release from The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans




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