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Tiny Houses: Big Impact

How Little Houses Can Solve Big Housing Problems

The tiny home movement has grown in popularity over the last few years  thanks to TV shows like “Tiny House Hunters” and “Tiny House Big Living” on HGTV, where fans have admired the charming micro dwellings — as well as their low price tags. Tiny homes are not only cheaper, but they are also a more sustainable type of housing due to their low energy costs and smaller overall footprint.


Rev. Fowler will explore the use of tiny houses by organizations across the country as an alternative to shelters and affordable housing, and the use of tiny homes as a way to help poverty stricken people acquire an asset.


Rev. Fowler is the Executive Director at Cass Community Social Services, a nonprofit that provides food, housing, health care and jobs in Detroit. Cass has been recognized for innovative solutions to stubborn social problems and crisis is in the process of building 25 different tiny homes in Detroit, MI. Tiny home residents will have a combination of experiences (formerly homeless people, senior citizens, college students and a few Cass staff members) but all will qualify as low-income. At first, the residents will rent the homes. Anyone who remains for seven years will be given the opportunity to own the home and property.

watch Related video: Tiny Homes Fight Blight in Detroit


Photo credit: Diane Weiss

About the Conference

VARIETY OF EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS

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Choose from 15 educational sessions throughout the day. Topics include: 

  • Lead education for realtors and homebuyers
  • Successful lead programs
  • 2-1-1
  • Electronic Nicotine Delivery Devices
  • Asthma 
  • Asthma and home visiting 
  • carbon Monoxide
  • Community Health Outlooks
  • Substance Misuse Response
  • Arsenic
  • Radon
  • North Country Culture
  • Mold, Mushrooms, and Mildew
  • Workplace Violence
  • The role of your health officer


WHO SHOULD ATTEND

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  • Nurses and Healthcare Professionals
  • Realtors
  • Health Officers
  • Code and Building Officials
  • Homecare Assistants
  • Home Visitors
  • Child Development & Family Specialists
  • Weatherization Contractors
  • Homeowners
  • Landlords
  • Home Builders/Remodelers
  • Home Inspectors

REGISTRATION INFO & CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT

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Registration is Closed

Pre-registration was required before 11:59pm on October 16th. If you wish to inquire about space or to be placed on a waiting list, please contact Courtney Castro 603-573-3308 or NHHealthyHomes@jsi.com


Cost: $60 and includes a continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments throughout the day, time to network with colleagues and exhibitors, raffles, and continuing education credit.


Continuing Education Credit:

This activity has been approved for 5 Continuing Nursing Education contact hours through JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. 


Realtor Credit through the State of NH is also available for select program. Please email NHHealthyHomes@jsi.com for details. 

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Continuing Education Credit

This activity has been approved for 5 Continuing Nursing Education contact hours through JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. 

JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Northeast Multistate Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Nurses should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


 
Realtor Credit through the State of NH is also available for select program. Please email NHHealthyHomes@jsi.com for details.