About the rebroadcast

Introductory level

Supportive housing is unique when it comes to project developement, budgeting and financing. This webinar rebroadcast will discuss the basics of budgeting in supportive housing, reviewing key budgeting considerations, and what makes supportive housing special when it comes to budgeting and financing. This is a scheduled rebroadcast of a previously recorded presentation. Presenters will be available live to answer questions at the end of the session.

Learning Goals

In this webinar you will:

  • Understand the core concepts of supportive housing.

  • Acknowledge how budgeting and financing is different in supportive housing.

  • Talk through key budgeting considerations and project examples.

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Senior Program Manager Leah Werner

Leah Werner is a Senior Program Manager with over 20 years experience in the affordable and supportive housing development field. Leah has trained nationally on Housing First fidelity, supportive housing financing and development and housing retention. She is an enthusiastic trainer who enjoys building on the expertise in the room and adding practical depth to complex issues and processes.

Senior Program Manager Jane Bilger

Jane Bilger is a Senior Program Manager at CSH with extensive expertise planning and financing affordable and supportive housing. As a trainer, Jane focuses on sharing information and tools that communities can use to strengthen partnerships and build capacity to address important unmet needs. Jane incorporates into trainings the philosophy: “There are no silly questions. We are all experts and will figure it out together.”

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    Supportive Housing Budgeting and Financing - 5/2022

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