Created by the Corporation for Supportive Housing
Supportive housing is permanent housing that is paired with comprehensive services and case management.
Supportive housing models can support the needs of people who struggle with housing stability and face multiple medical, mental health and/or substance abuse challenges.
The Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) has created several resources helpful to those interested in creating and operating quality supportive housing in their community. Their website includes toolkits, templates and other guidance.
Explore Supportive Housing 101.
This free, six-part webinar training and accompanying toolkit explain how different supportive housing models work and give an overview of how to create, finance, own and operate supportive housing.
Supportive housing includes intensive case management services as part of the model. Six studies in different states and cities have found that supportive housing generated cost savings for the public.