National Case Management Conference to Be Held in Los Angeles

Experts from around Nation to Present

National Association of Case Management:


October 23-26, 2012


LOS ANGELES – The National Association of Case Management (NACM) and SRO Housing Corporation are pleased to announce that the 18th Annual Case Management Conference will be held in Los Angeles.

NACM, a national network of case managers, service coordinators and other social service professionals, is partnering with SRO Housing Corporation in Los Angeles to present the largest annual conference ever, with more than 500 social service professionals expected to attend.

The theme of the conference is Teamwork to Make the Dream Work: Collaborations for Successful Outcomes. There will be over 90 workshops available with more than 120 speakers to include experts from around the United States. Focus areas include homelessness, veterans’ services, substance abuse, youth services, and other topics giving essential skills to work with our community’s most vulnerable populations.

SRO Housing Corporation is a non-profit organization dedicated to building a vibrant community for homeless and very low-income individuals in the Central City East area of Los Angeles, commonly known as “Skid Row.” SRO Housing is committed to restoring a sense of dignity, civility, and respect to a population that has been habitually ignored and forgotten through the provision of safe and affordable housing and a full range of supportive social services.

The partnership between NACM and SRO Housing Corporation is sure to result in an exciting and successful conference!


Case Managers, Service Coordinators and other social service professionals from around the nation.


Historic Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.


To learn more about the Conference and to register, go to

for National Association of Case Management
Theresa Gómez
Conference Coordinator
(402) 441-4385
Ervin Munro, M.S.
Chair, Los Angeles Planning Committee
(213) 229-9640, Ext. 41

Source: National Association of Case Management