Join us on Thursday, December 21 at 12n Pacific / 3pm Eastern for a Q&A with housing rights expert @Dianne Prado of HEART LA.
Hear about the three most important things you can ask and do to help a person with a pet who is facing housing insecurity or unable to find housing because of their pet. This will be a highly interactive discussion, so bring your questions for Dianne to answer as well as any issues or topics related to pets and housing that you have for her.
Attendees will also
- learn the basic eviction process
- leave with concrete steps to help a person remain housed with their pet
- debunk myths that either scare people into surrendering their pets because of housing insecurity or prevent people from fostering or adopting a pet
Can't attend live? Register anyway and you will get a link to the recording. To see the recordings, make sure you also sign up for Maddie's University at https://forum.maddiesfund.org/register
Afterwards, continue the conversation with Dianne on Maddie's Pet Forum: https://maddies.fund/webcastsAsktheExpert
This one-hour meeting has been pre-approved for 1.0 Certified Animal Welfare Administrator continuing education credits by The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement and by the National Animal Care & Control Association.
Register here: https://maddies.fund/registerAsktheExpert
Dianne Prado is the Founder and President of the Housing Equity & Advocacy Resource Team (HEART LA), a legal non-profit that helps ensure people and their pets remain housed. Dianne is an appointed public member of the CA Veterinary Medical Board, trainer and consultant for the Stay Housed Los Angeles (SHLA) Eviction Defense Program, and Lecturer in Law for UCLA Law School teaching Los Angeles Housing Law and Policy.