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Promising Practices in Eviction Prevention

Wednesday, May 10, 2017
2:30pm - 4:30pm EDT
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Comar, PA
Community Partners Center for Health & Human Services 2506 N. Broad Street Colmar, Pennsylvania 18915

The negative impacts of homelessness and housing instability are well documented.  Stable housing improves child, youth and adult outcomes for health, education, health and economic well-being.  Communities which strive to ensure that all households are safely and stably housed will also achieve the ambitious goal of ending and preventing homelessness. 

Your Way Home Montgomery County has contracted with Barbara Poppe to research evidence-based and promising practices to prevent eviction and support housing stability for at-risk individuals and families.  This research project is designed to inform local policy that supports and encourages public-private strategies and investments and to present concepts that could be replicated in communities beyond Montgomery County. 

Who should attend:  This is a Funder-only event.  Funders interested in learning new approaches to stabilizing individuals and families as well as learning more about the accomplishments of Your Way Home Montgomery County are encouraged to attend. 

RSVP:  By May 5 to Christine McCormick, 215-716-5400 or

 About our speaker: Barbara Poppe:

Barbara Poppe is the founder of Barbara Poppe and Associates and the former executive director of the United States Interagency Council on    Homelessness. During her tenure, Opening Doors, the first comprehensive federal strategic plan to prevent and end homelessness was launched in June 2010. Ms. Poppe is a nationally  recognized expert on homelessness and results-driven public private partnerships. Barbara Poppe and Associates, established in 2014, is an independent consulting firm that develops the  capacity of communities and organizations to tackle complex issues using a collaborative systems approach to achieves results and impact. Ms. Poppe is a frequent national, state, and local  speaker on homelessness and serves on the national boards of the Enterprise Community Partners and the Siemer Institute for Family Stability.