Ending Homelessness. Rebuilding Lives.

Ending Homelessness in DC: Just How Close Are We?

Friendship Place’s Spring Symposium, “Ending Homelessness in DC: Just How Close Are We?”

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Two years ago, DC put forth a plan to end homelessness in the District within 5 years. How far have we come, and what will it take to reach the goal?

Symposium panelists include:

  • Nan Roman – President & CEO, National Alliance to End Homelessness
  • Jesse Vazzano – Homeless Coordinator, Veterans Administration
  • David Berns – Director, DC Department of Human Services
  • Candi Darley – Homeless Advocate, formerly homeless Washingtonian


Jean Duff – Social Entrepreneur, Co-Founder of Friendship Place & The Center for Interfaith Action on Global Poverty


About Friendship Place

Empowering men and women experiencing homelessness to rebuild their lives with the involvement of the community. Established 1991

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