The Why, How, and What of Housing Stability
Skyrocketing inflation and the limited availability of affordable housing units have left many Hoosiers facing housing instability. This webinar will provide you with a working definition of housing stability as well as a framework to help you and your community address five root causes of housing instability.
After attending this program, participants will be able to:
Understand and articulate a definition for the term housing stability.
Explain the five factors contributing to housing instability.
Apply one idea for increasing housing stability to their work.
50-75 community economic development professionals representing CAP agencies, homeless service providers, community development corporations, affordable housing developers, public housing agencies, cities & municipalities, banks, Indiana United Ways, health centers, and philanthropic organizations
Capacity Building Director firstname.lastname@example.org 317.222.1221 x407
With a career dedicated to effective nonprofit management, Marie currently serves as Capacity Building Director to provide leadership and planning, consulting, and training service to Prosperity Indiana members. Marie utilizes her skills to strengthen pathways to prosperity for Indiana families and communities.
Program Evaluation Manager
email@example.com 317.222.1221 x408
Erica is responsible for managing program components necessary for carrying out Prosperity Indiana’s responsibilities related to the objectives, policies, and procedures for its new program. She incorporates national best practices where available and establishes new models where needed to ensure equitable delivery of resources.
Executive Director, Homestead CS
Associate Executive Director, Homestead CS
Chelsea Gochenour has been with Lafayette Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. dba Homestead Consulting Services and Community Loan Center of West Central Indiana since May 2022. She started as a HUD Certified Housing Educator, helping clients with mostly Rental Counseling. She has also assisted with Foreclosure Counseling and does most of the education to clients outside of the office for tenant rights. She has recently been promoted to Associate Executive Director. Prior to this, Chelsea was in banking for a total of eight years. She was also a member of the Indiana Army National Guard (IANG) as a Military Police Officer. She was in the IANG for a total of eight years. She is currently enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College to receive her Associate’s degree in Business Management, which she will receive in May 2024.