A Crisis Within a Crisis: Responding to Impacts on Housing from COVID-19
Wednesday, December 9th, 2020 – Wednesday, December 9th, 2020
The National Low-Income Housing Coalition estimates that 40 million families across the United States will face eviction as a direct result of wage and job losses due to COVID-19. A Crisis Within a Crisis: Responding to Impacts on Housing from COVID-19 will present the latest information on families under the greatest threat of eviction once moratoria are lifted, what programs and services are available to help stave off eviction, and the experiences of housing professionals currently working on this issue in New Jersey.
When: Wednesday, December 9th, 11am-12:30pm
What: 90-minute webinar, A Crisis Within a Crisis: Responding to Impacts on Housing from COVID-19. Speakers will include:
- Katherine Brennan, Chief of Staff, New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency
- Peter Boynton, Director of Computer Action Programming and Emergency Housing, Affordable Housing Alliance
- Alieza Durana, Senior Narrative Change Liaison, Princeton University
Where: Virtual via Zoom
Continuing Education Credits: 1.5 CREs from Rutgers; Planning and Legal credits pending (please note: attendance during the entire webinar is required to receive credit and quizzes/polls will be utilized throughout)
Registration and Cost:
$40/General Public (non-members)
Please register for "A Crisis Within a Crisis" on Eventbrite (Note: If paying via PayPal you will be prompted to disable your pop up blockers). After registering on Eventbrite you will receive a follow up email within a few days containing your unique link for joining the program. Registration closes December 8th.