The 2022 National Conference on Ending Homelessness program featured 85 sessions on 14 topics delivered by hundreds of national and international subject matter experts. Our ambitious program includes Reconciliation and Indigenous homelessness, lived experience, homelessness for women and 2SLGBTQ+ people, plus the latest in Canadian and international research. New in 2022 were sessions on the vital topics of realizing the right to housing, accelerating reductions in chronic and veteran homelessness and responding to unsheltered homelessness.

The 2022 conference program is organized into 14 streams:

  1. A Way Home – Youth Homelessness Prevention – AWH (6 sessions)
  2. NEW: Accelerating reductions in chronic and veteran homelessness – ACV (6 sessions)
  3. Canadian Observatory on Homelessness – Research and Policy – COH (5 sessions)
  4. Health Care and Homelessness – HCH (9 sessions)
  5. Housing First – HF (6 sessions)
  6. Indigenous Homelessness – IH (8 sessions)
  7. Leadership, Improvement and Change Management – LCM (7 sessions)
  8. Lived Experience – LE (6 sessions)
  9. Canadian Observatory on Homelessness – Prevention – PVN (4 sessions)
  10. Rural and Remote Homelessness – RRH (4 sessions)
  11. NEW: Realizing the Right to Housing – RTH (5 sessions)
  12. NEW: Responding to Unsheltered Homelessness – RUH (6 sessions)
  13. Women’s Homelessness – WH (6 sessions)
  14. Unique Populations – UP (4 sessions)

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