Housing the Re Entry Population

  • June 04, 2015
  • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • California Community Foundation, Joan Palevsky Center, 281 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA.
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Housing the Reentry Population

The Southern California Association of Nonprofit Housing (SCANPH), Enterprise Community Partners, and the Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership (LARRP) are hosting a training and information symposium to introduce affordable housing developers, operators and service providers to the unique needs of the reentry population; examine the role affordable housing developers can play in supporting these needs; explore how funding sources potentially available through criminal justice legislation (AB 109, Prop. 47) can finance these projects.

What is Reentry? What is Realignment?

“Reentry” is the process that formerly incarcerated people go through when they end incarceration and begin to reintegrate into their communities    

"Realignment" transfers the responsibility of incarcerating and supervising low level inmates and parolees from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to the county level. Currently one-fifth of this budget is available to support realignment services such as job training, physical health, mental health, substance abuse treatment, and affordable housing.

Why are we hearing so much about reentry now?

Prior to October 2011, people were primarily sent to state prison for felony convictions. When they returned to their communities, they were under the supervision and support of state parole. Since Public Safety Realignment (AB 109), people convicted of non-serious felonies primarily serve their sentences in county jail and those completing their sentences in state prison return under the supervision of county probation. Incarceration, supervision, and reentry support of felons with non-serious convictions have become responsibilities of counties.

Our training and symposium will give developers a primer to the challenges of the reentry population. Then we will look to discuss what it means to develop, own, and manage housing for this population. 

WE ARE SOLD OUT. If you would like to be added to the waiting list or see if walk-in admission is still available, please call (213) 480-1249.

Thursday, June 4, 2015
9:00 AM Registration
9;20 AM Welcome
9:30 AM until 3:00 PM Program and Lunch
   

California Community Foundation
Joan Palevsky Center
281 S. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA.

Schedule

Registration opens at 9:00 AM

Introduction - approximately 9:20 AM
Alan Greenlee, Southern California Association of Non Profit Housing (SCANPH)

First Panel - 9:30 AM until 10:30 AM

Moderator: Marc Tousignant, Senior Program Director, Enterprise Community Partners
Peggy Edwards, Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership & United Homeless Healthcare Partners
Michael Graff-Weisner, Chrysalis
Troy Vaughn, Shields for Families and Community & Faith-Based Representative to the Los Angeles County Public Safety Realignment Team

Second Panel - 10:45 AM until 11:45 AM

Moderator: Molly Rysman, Office of LA County Board Supervisor Sheila Kuehl
Danielle Wildkress, Corporation for Supportive  Housing
LaCheryl Porter, Skid Row Housing Trust
Ishamine Caldwell, Coalition for Responsible Community Development
Katie Phillips, San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc.

Lunch - 12:00 Noon  

Introduction: Jeff Schaffer, Enterprise Community Partners
Guest Speaker: Los Angeles County Board Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas

Questions and Answer Session - 1:00 PM

Moderated by Lois Starr and Peggy Edwards

Close - approximately 2:30 PM

Alan Greenlee, Southern California Association of Non Profit Housing (SCANPH)

Lunch Speaker

Los Angeles County Supervisor
Mark Ridley-Thomas

 

 

Special thanks to Enterprise Community Partners for providing the lunch. Reduced parking rate of $13/daily in the parking structure is also available with validation at the workshop.

REACH US

Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing
501 Shatto Place, Suite 403
Los Angeles, CA. 90020

(213) 480-1249 
fax (213) 480-1788

www.scanph.org


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