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Evidence-based Practices and Innovation:

Permanent Supportive Housing

Services in Supportive Housing grantees, funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), are at the for front of service delivery. The grantees utilize evidence-based practices, which support consumers as they move out of homelessness and into homes. This page focuses on one specific evidence-based practice, including research, implementation information and guides.

The resources found on this page provide information about the evidence-based practice Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH). This intervention provides case management and wrap around care to consumers to assist them with their transition from homelessness and progression through the different stages of recovery.

Selected Permanent Supportive Housing Resources
+ 1 A Review of Case Management for People Who Are Homeless: Implications for Practice, Policy, and Research
+ 1 Best Practices Manual: Integrating Property Management and Services in Supportive Housing
+ 2 Creating a Safe Space for GLBTQ Youth: A Toolkit
Developing the “Support” in Supportive Housing: A Guide to Providing Services in Housing
+ 1 Evaluation of the Collaborative Initiative To Help End Chronic Homelessness
+ 3 Evidence Based Practice KIT: Permanent Supportive Housing
Expediting Access to SSA Disability Benefits: Promising Practices for People Who Are Homeless
Homeless Young Adults Ages 18–24 Examining Service Delivery Adaptations
National Dissemination of Supported Housing in the VA: Model Adherence versus Model Modification
New Beginnings: The Need for Supportive Housing for Previously Incarcerated People
Pathways To Housing: Supported Housing for Street-dwelling Homeless Inviduals With Psychiatric Disabilities
Predicting Staying in Or Leaving Permanent Supportive Housing That Serves Homeless People With Serious Mental Illness
Public Service Reductions Associated with Placement of Homeless Persons with Severe Mental Illness in Supportive Housing
+ 5 Supportive Housing Training Series
+ 1 The ARC Framework for Runaway and Homeless Youth Serving Agencies
The Health Impact of Supportive Housing for HIV-Positive Homeless Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial
The Impact of Supportive Housing on Surrounding Neighborhoods: Evidence from New York City

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