VHFA and the State of Vermont would like to invite you to be a part of the premiere educational training for Resident Service Coordinators in New England. Occurring only once every six years in the state of Vermont, the New England Resident Service Coordinators, Inc. will host their 17th Annual Conference, Diversity: Celebrating Beauty and Strength, May 6-8, 2015 at Stowe Mountain Lodge. Resident service coordinators in Vermont have taken on the important role of keeping residents of affordable housing, particularly seniors, safe at home; linking them to available care and support so they can remain healthy in their apartments and communities. Service coordinators work with residents to promote independence, ensure stable tenancy and help bring the highest quality of life. We have about 75 coordinators in Vermont serving almost 5,000 residents and community members. This training will bring together more than 400 attendees working in the affordable housing field to participate in activities that include a keynote presentation by Commissioner Susan Wehry, a Flavor of Vermont event, and 54 educational workshops, many of which are led by educational leaders from Vermont. New England Resident Service Coordinators (NERSC) is a 501c3 non-profit organization in need of support for their 17th Annual Conference. Relying heavily on sponsorships to keep attendee costs to a minimum, NERSC granted more than 59 full and partial scholarships in 2014 to RSCs who could not afford to attend. Please consider sponsoring a workshop, scholarship or other available package. For details, please click: http://www.nerscinc.org/images/2015kit.pdf. You also can contact Andrea Dobras Executive Director of the New England Resident Service Coordinators, (p) 508-863-0020, email@example.com; or Sam Falzone at VHFA, (p) 802-652-3435, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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