Nearly a quarter of Maryland tenants were behind on their rent as of March 2021. With the coming “eviction tsunami,” what stands between them and homelessness?
Get the latest on the current crisis and where we go from here. We’ll hear from local leaders in housing and human services about who will be affected, misconceptions about those who have fallen behind on rent, barriers to accessing government and private funds for those in need, and innovative new approaches to preventing evictions.
Join us for the seventh in a series of dynamic, online panel discussions examining the barriers that prevent people in our region from getting ahead—or even just making ends meet.
Moderator - Scott Gottbreht, Ph.D.
AVP, Homeless Services, UWCM
Deputy Director, Balt. City Mayor's Office of Children and Family Success
Housing Attorney, Public Justice Center
Terry Hickey, Esq.
Deputy Director, Housing and Community Development, Baltimore County Department of Health and Human Services
Government and Community Affairs Manager, Maryland Multi-Housing Association