Join March 12 Webinar on Designing Emergency Rental Assistance Programs to Advance Racial Equity and Serve Extremely Low-Income Households

Join NLIHC for a webinar on March 12, 2021 at 1 pm ET to learn how emergency rental assistance programs can incorporate racial equity in their program structure and effectively serve households with extremely low incomes. The panel discussion will feature two successful programs: the Santa Clara County Homelessness Prevention System, led by Destination: Home and Sacred Heart Community Service, and the State of Washington's Eviction Rent Assistance program. Program administrators will share their innovative strategies and lessons learned on how to advance racial equity and serve tenants with the greatest needs in their communities.

Panelists include:

  • Chad Bojorquez, chief program officer at Destination: Home
  • Erin Stanton, director of family assistance at Sacred Heart Community Service
  • Milan Balinton, executive director at African American Community Service Agency
  • Emily Burgess, performance manager at Washington State Department of Commerce
  • Kathryn Dodge, grant manager at Washington State Department of Commerce
  • Rebecca Yae, senior research analyst at National Low Income Housing Coalition (moderator)

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