Community Engagement

Carver County CDA hosts second community engagement event on January 25th.

Carver County Community Conversation

Connecting the Pieces: Housing and Homelessness in Carver County

Carver County CDA will be hosting a Community Conversation on January 25, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the Chanhassen High School, Room S100, the Lecture Forum (off the Commons area). This will be the second Community Engagement event for Heading Home Scott-Carver. Quarterly conversations will be held around affordable housing and homelessness in our community.

Heading Home Scott-Carver was created in the belief that no person—man, woman, or child- should have to sleep in a car, in the woods, under a bridge, in an abandoned building or in a place not meant for human habitation. We also recognize that homelessness in our County often involves couch-hoping or being doubled-up.

One of the guiding principles of Heading Home Scott-Carver is that Community-wide involvement is required. Join us as we continue our discussion on the partnerships in our community and how you can play a role. You will hear from the Chair of Heading Home Scott-Carver, learn about the Coordinated Entry System and hear from the many agencies in our community that are working to address homelessness.

Carver County CDA hosts first community engagement event on September 28.

To see a copy of the presentation, click on the link below

Community Engagement September 2017

Carver County Community Conversation

Cultivating Relationships to Strengthen Partnerships

~Affordable Housing and Homelessness

Carver County CDA will be hosting a Community Conversation on September 28, 2017 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the Chaska Community Center Auditorium. This will be the first Community Engagement event for Heading Home Scott Carver. Quarterly conversations will be held around affordable housing and homelessness in our community.
What does home mean to you? This is a question asked by NAHRO (National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials) every year of children living in affordable housing developments across the country.
Stable housing is not just about housing. It means connections between housing, education, transportation, health care, communities and so much more. Join us for a conversation on affordable housing and the many partnerships being cultivated in Carver County and how you can play a role.

 

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