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Keyed In: Retaining Landlord Relationships When Things Get Rough


Jun 18, 2020 12:26 PM

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John Lambert, MA
Director of Housing @Pathways to Housing PA
John Lambert is an avid advocate for the Housing First model, and has served as the Director of Housing for Pathways since 2008. John received his B.A. in Sociology from Ramapo State College; and his M.A. degree from Rutgers University. He came to Pathways to Housing PA with a diverse employment background which includes working as a teacher and a certified Substance Abuse Counselor. In 2000, John moved to the South Jersey/Delaware Valley area and joined the staff of the Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA (MHASP). He received training and certification as a Targeted Case Manager, and later became the Program Manager for a low income housing project for people with mental health issues. After spending several years learning the "ins and outs" of housing alternatives for people dealing with behavioral health/substance abuse issues, he brought his wealth of knowledge to Pathways to Housing PA, where he faithfully serves the chronically homeless population in Philadelphia.
Matt Tice, MSW, LCSW
Behavioral Health Therapist @Pathways to Housing PA
Since 2012, Matt Tice has held the role of Assistant Team Leader, Team Leader, and Clinical Director at Pathways to Housing PA, and now serves as the agency’s first Behavioral Health Therapist, working in conjunction with the Integrated Care team. Spending face-to-face time with participants and staff at multiple levels every day informs his constantly evolving practice. Matt is a passionate champion for the models of Housing First, harm reduction, and holistic integrated care. His ultimate goal is to join together with the amazing partners, advocates, fighters, and survivors across the city for the eradication of homelessness in Philadelphia. Matt provides webinars for both national and local providers as well as smaller community groups, faith-based groups, and social service agencies.