The homeless in our communities are parents, brothers, sisters, youth, veterans, neighbors and former professionals. While many agree our communities would benefit from ending homelessness, there are varying perspectives on how to solve this community-wide challenge.

What are the points of tension? Village Square speakers share these thoughts –hear more April 30th:

There are many different interests and they do not share the same priorities. They also don’t have the same understanding of homelessness: Who are homeless or likely to become homeless? What caused their homelessness and what will get them out of their present state? What will prevent or minimize homelessness in the future?

The biggest tensions are funding and regulations on how the funding is used or who is eligible for these funds since there are different kinds of homeless, i.e. families, vets & mentally ill. There are too many variables but only one qualification line. 

Learn more and join the conversation on April 30th. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets! Early bird pricing ends April 24th.