HSRC: The Role of Transportation in Cross-Sector Collaborations Designed to Improve Housing Stability Webinar

Event Start Date: February 27, 2023 - 1:00 PM EDT
Event End Date: February 27, 2023 - 2:00 PM EDT

Please click here to register for the webinar.

Partnerships across housing, transportation, aging and disability, and health are essential to ensure housing stability. Transportation is necessary for community living. With transportation assistance, many older adults and people with disabilities can shop for groceries, get to medical appointments, stay connected and engaged, and otherwise access everyday locations and participate in their communities.

Partnering to help people connect to transportation options is therefore a critical component of making community living possible. 

Join the Housing and Services Resource Center (HSRC) to learn more!

for insights into the important role of partnerships — between transportation and housing, aging and disability networks, and health — in addressing housing stability and access to services for older adults, people with disabilities, and those experiencing homelessness.  

This webinar will:

  • Highlight effective pathways for creating cross-sector collaborations with public transportation as a key partner to improve housing stability.
  • Build awareness of technical assistance resources to strengthen partnership development, including an online tool that identifies possible community transportation partners.
  • Answer participants’ questions about forming effective cross-sector partnerships to address housing stability through transportation access.

Registrants will receive a confirmation email with information about joining the webinar. The webinar will include real-time captioning and ASL interpreting. Everyone who registers by 9:00 am ET on February 27th, will receive the slides in advance. If you need any additional accommodations, or if you have questions, please send an email to HSRC@acl.hhs.gov

This webinar is part of an HSRC series exploring how partnerships between systems that provide support to older adults, people with disabilities, and people experiencing homelessness can improve access to all resources and ultimately help more people live in stable housing in the community.

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