The 2018 Florida Institute on Homelessness and Supportive Housing
Wednesday, October 31st – Friday, November 2nd
About the Institute
The 17th annual Institute is the premier event of the Florida Coalition for the Homeless, providing training opportunities to over 400 professionals and executives throughout the state of Florida. Attendees learn new and innovative ways to collectively assist individuals and families experiencing homelessness.
The Institute brings together national, state, and local experts from the fields of homelessness, affordable housing, mental health, education, and the services side of supportive housing to explore current best practices on ending homelessness. The Institute places an emphasis on education, training, and networking; helping attendees develop long term relationships with their peers to help support them with their daily ongoing efforts to serve Florida’s most vulnerable citizens.
The Florida Coalition for the Homeless, in partnership with the State Office on Homelessness, invites you to attend, sponsor, exhibit, or advertise at the 2018 Florida Institute on Homelessness & Supportive Housing. Your support makes this valuable training event possible. The Institute will be hosted on Oct. 31 – Nov. 2, 2018 at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld, Florida. Please join us to make this year’s theme, Embracing Change: Achieving Success, a reality.
This year’s Institute will be held in the heart of Orlando, for easy accessibility throughout the state.
Address: 6677 Sea Harbor Dr, Orlando, FL 32821
Complimentary parking is provided for all conference attendees.
Just mention the “Florida Institute on Homelessness and Supportive Housing” event, or see the registration desk for assistance.
Click Here for a PRELIMINARY schedule outline. The full agenda will be posted later this year.
Registration is now open. Click Here to register. Early Bird Registration is in effect through September 18th, 2018. After Sept. 18th, Late Registration applies.
Early Bird Member Registration: $350
Early Bird Non-Member Registration: $395
Late Registration – Member: $395
Late Registration – Non-Member: $500
One-Day Registration (Thurs. or Fri.): $275
Pre-Conference Only: $125
Primary Presenters/Speakers: $275
Secondary Presenters: $325
Your support makes this valuable training event possible. Click here for more information on sponsorship & exhibitor opportunities
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Hotel Room Reservations are now available!
We have secured a special group rate of $129 per night for the 2018 conference for rooms booked by October 9th, 2018; rooms may sell out before this cut-off date!
This rate includes complimentary self-parking and free WiFi in rooms for Marriott Reward members – join for free at www.marriott.com. *Rooms sell out quickly at this hotel, please secure your room early to ensure your spot at the conference hotel location!
Reserve your room online through the above link, or call the hotel on their group reservation line: 1-407-351-5555 or 1-800-266-9432, and mention the “Florida Institute on Homelessness and Supportive Housing” for the group rate of $129/night. This rate is available for 3 days prior and 3 days following the event dates of 10/31/18 – 11/2/18.
Very limited volunteer opportunities are available for this event. Volunteers receive a waived registration fee and are expected to work the registration desk in shifts and act as liaisons to workshops. Volunteers will have the opportunity to attend sessions. Volunteers are responsible for their own transportation and lodging costs.
For more information and to request placement on the volunteer waiting list, please email Robyn Andrews at email@example.com
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Who We Are
Since 1994, Florida Coalition for the Homeless (FCH) has distinguished itself as the state’s leading voice on homeless policy. Today, FCH continues to demonstrate an unwavering commitment to addressing homelessness in Florida by working with state and federal stakeholders to develop solution-driven practices.