2023 Permanent Supportive Housing Symposium

Event Information


November 6 - November 7, 2023


Renaissance Austin Hotel

9721 Arboretum Blvd

Austin, Texas 78759

Nonprofits, Local Government, General Public
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Contact Information

For additional information about this event, please contact:

Michael Wilt

[email protected]

Meeting Details

Registration is now open for the 2023 Permanent Supportive Housing Symposium to be held November 6-7, 2023 at the Renaissance Austin Hotel. The Symposium is presented in partnership with the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) with generous support from JPMorgan Chase and other sponsors.

The 1.5 day Symposium will provide a platform for developers, property managers, service providers, health professionals, homelessness response organizations, and others to share best practices, collaborate, and gain insight into how to work together to move families and individuals from housing instability and into permanent, service-enriched housing.

Symposium add-ons will also include a Supportive Housing Tour on November 6th and a post-Symposium Supportive Housing Academy training conducted by the Corporation for Supportive Housing on November 8th. 

Register Here  

Early bird registration rates are available between now and September 8, 2023. If you need hotel accommodations, please book here to receive the conference rate. The room block includes a limited number of rooms on Tuesday night for attendees participating in the post-Symposium Academy on Wednesday, November 8th. Note: the hotel rate reflects the prevailing government per diem rate at the time of reservation and may be subject to change if the per diem rate changes. 

Book Your Hotel Room

We invite you to check out the preliminary agenda that we will be finalizing in the coming weeks. 

Symposium Agenda

Featured Plenary Speaker

Our featured plenary speaker is Dr. Gregg Colburn, a professor of real estate at the University of Washington’s College of Built Environments. Gregg is a member of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Family Homelessness Evaluation Committee and co-chair of the University of Washington’s Homelessness Research Initiative.

He recently published the book Homelessness is a Housing Problem, which makes the data-supported case that housing market conditions, such as the cost and availability of rental housing, drive the prevalence of homelessness within a community.