ICA is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, public benefit corporation created in 1960. It is made up of forty-eight member cities in the Southern California area. The organization focuses on education, legislative advocacy, intergovernmental relationships and other major issues that transcend the boundaries of its member cities. ICA holds two Annual Seminars bringing together city council members, other city officials and business partners for the purpose of being better informed and to share relevant experiences. The Winter Seminar addresses public safety and the Summer Seminar focuses on contemporary issues.
Bimonthly educational lunch program topics.
NEXT TOPIC: LA County Homelessness Programs, Housing and Resources.
Join us for a discussion with a panel of city government representatives, the County, non-profits, private sector providers, and others who confront homelessness in LA County.
Learn about the threats faced by the homeless population, including poverty, mental health, attainable housing, and other pertinent topics such as how public works and public safety departments work in our communities to mitigate or resolve issues.
Hear how as local government leaders, we can work together to fight the negative consequences of homelessness in our communities – and we can partner together with current state and federal programs to bring opportunities for funding and education to our region and our homeless population.
Who should attend: elected officials, city managers, city department heads, public agency personnel, consultants who work with or provide solutions for the homeless.
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When: Wednesday, November 4, 2015
12pm lunch and program
Where: Roxbury Park Community Center 471 S Roxbury Dr Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Cost: $25 public sector employee/elected officials
$45 private sector
For questions please call Trish Pietrzak
310-995-9800 or email her at trish@ICAcities.org
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Lunch program to discuss homelessness in LA
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