Experts from C4 presented at the Montgomery Country Coalition for the Homeless (MCCH) Annual HOME Conference on March 25, 2019 in Rockville, MD.

Cheryl Gagne, Senior Associate, and MCCH’s peer supervisor Alex Jeffreys presented “Best Practices in Recovery-Oriented Care.” Gagne, along with Detective Theresa Durham, also presented “Safety in the Context of Housing First.”

Rachel Ehly, Managing Director of t3, presented with MCCH’s Susie Sinclair-Smith and Jen Schiller during the closing plenary.

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