2018 NCHV Annual Conference: Registration Open, Exhibitor and Sponsor Opportunities, Call for Award Nominations

Registration Now Open for the 2018 NCHV Annual Conference!
May 30 - June 1 in Washington, D.C.
Our collective progress in ending homelessness among veterans in each of our communities across the United States has been remarkable over the past eight years. This year, as we convene together in our nation's capital, we will focus on continuing that progress. To do so, we must continue to identify proven strategies and policies to put into practice - always pushing ourselves to innovate and improve. We must also persevere to ensure that ending veteran homelessness remains the urgent national priority that it has been over these past years.
This year’s Conference will feature new learning formats and opportunities to network with colleagues from around the country as well as some of the popular favorites you've enjoyed in past years.
We've reserved a discounted room block at the Grand Hyatt for Conference attendees, but this room block sells out quickly every year. Be sure to make your reservations ASAP!
For more information, and all of the latest updates, visit the NCHV Annual Conference page.  
Exhibitor and Sponsor Opportunities at the 2018 NCHV Annual Conference
Support efforts to end veteran homelessness while putting your organization or products in the spotlight!
The 2018 NCHV Annual Conference will feature new and expanded opportunities for exhibitors and sponsors. Support the premier training conference for homeless veteran service providers and other stakeholders, AND get your organization's name in front of 700 attendees and 14,000 social media followers. The event also garners local and national traditional media coverage. This is the best opportunity for those looking to interact with homeless veteran service providers from across the country.

Click here to view the Exhibitor and Sponsor application with more details.
Call for Nominations: 2018 Annual NCHV Awards
Nominations must be submitted by April 17
Each year, NCHV honors the commitment and service of a few of the many deserving organizations and individuals helping homeless veterans across the nation. We are now accepting nominations for the following awards:
  • Outstanding Member - to an NCHV member organization whose programs, partnerships, and people combine to create extraordinary results
  • Partnership Award - to an organization or individual whose work building effective partnerships exemplifies creativity and collaboration
  • Public Policy Award - to an elected official whose record shows strong commitment and action in measures to help homeless veterans
  • Unsung Hero Award - to an individual whose efforts go above and beyond expectations, who expects nothing in return and demonstrates a hero's heart for homeless veterans
  • Federal Agency Staff Award - to a Department of Veterans Affairs, Labor, or Housing and Urban Development staff member on the local, state, regional, or national level who exhibits extraordinary commitment to homeless veterans and service providers
Please submit a one- to two-page letter of nomination including the nominee's name, title, and which award you are nominating for by email to rbrown@nchv.org no later than April 17, 2018.

Check out HUD’s New Multifamily Energy and Water Efficiency Resource Library

There are plenty of energy and water efficiency resources available to multifamily property owners, but locating the right one can be a challenge. The Better Buildings Challenge Multifamily team has responded by creating a new Multifamily Energy and Water Efficiency Resources page on the HUD Exchange. The resources are categorized by topic and cover everything from Retrofit Planning to Resident Engagement.
  • Don't know where to start? The Utility Benchmarking resources are designed to help multifamily property owners catalogue their building portfolios and analyze energy and water performance over time.
  • Wondering what to do with all that utility data? Check out the Retrofit Planning resources, which use energy and water consumption data to suggest targeted upgrades for the most inefficient properties.
  • In the dark about how to pay for building upgrades? Browse resources on Retrofit Finance, including an interactive 'Financing Navigator,' database of state-level energy efficiency incentives, and a financial decision tree.
  • Trying to choose the best products for your properties? View Building and Product Standards for links to ASHRAE, IECC, ENERGY STAR®, and WaterSense standards and products.
  • Want to ensure optimal performance of your building systems? The Operations and Maintenance resources help property owners and managers incorporate green and healthy practices into current operations and maintenance procedures.
  • Starting a new campaign to change resident behavior? Use Resident Engagement Toolkits to lower your utility costs by creating your own resident energy efficiency education and engagement plan.
         
Visit the HUD Exchange at https://www.hudexchange.info

Recovery LIVE! Virtual Event: Shared Decision-Making in Treatment


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Join the Recovery LIVE! Virtual Event: Shared Decision-Making in the Treatment of Serious Mental Illness and Opioid/Substance Use Disorders

Thursday, March 22, 2018 | 23 p.m. Eastern Time
Join SAMHSA's Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale Technical Assistance Center Strategy for a Recovery LIVE! virtual event with leaders from peer- and family-run organizations. The presenters will share strategies and resources that advance informed decision-making about treatment and supports while promoting full engagement in shared-decision partnerships. Participants can engage directly with presenters and other participants through a live chat, polls, and other interactive features.

Register for the Virtual Event