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Join us for an interactive, youth-led training on successfully engaging youth experiencing housing instability and homelessness. Learn to work with youth from youth!
WHEN: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Thursday, June 23, 2016. Lunch will be provided.
WHERE: Bon Air United Methodist Church, 1645 Buford Road, Richmond, VA 23235
REGISTRATION: Click here to register. **Please include guest names in the Special Instructions section, as well as preference(s) for a vegetarian lunch option.
If paying by check:
QUESTIONS: Contact Carolyn Seay, Operations Coordinator for Flagler Housing & Homeless Services, at 804-553-3258 or email.
Cost to attend is $25 per registrant. Registration deadline is Friday, June 17. Space is limited!
Direct service providers who come in contact with youth ages 14 to 25 facing unstable housing or homelessness, as well as program managers, advocates, and agency directors will benefit from what will prove to be a dynamic, engaging event!
Special thanks to Bon Air United Methodist Church and VCU School of Social Work.
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