The Income Property Association of Kern County’s 2019 California Landlord’s Summit on Homelessness is a free event that brings landlords and property owners into conversation with homelessness service providers to explore ways to alleviate homelessness in California. Find the Multifamily Owner Services (MFOS) team on the conference floor, and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have about the MFOS programs and offerings.
Headline speakers will be Lahela Mattox, the local government liaison and grant manager for the $500 million Homeless Emergency Aid Program and Eddie Turner, strategy lead for Community Solutions’ Built For Zero. 300 rental housing industry professionals attended last year’s summit, which resulted in over 60 units pledged toward housing Kern County’s by-name homeless population. The Summit earned national recognition as a model for landlord involvement.
The Income Property Association of Kern hosts the summit with help from the California Apartment Association, The Kern County Superintendent of Schools, and The Housing Authority of the County of Kern.