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Supportive housing refers to the combination of housing and social services designed to help support individuals both socially and with basic life skills. The resources in this topic area describe programs and resources available to help develop and operate transitional and permanent housing for homeless populations.
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A Guide to Reentry Supportive Housing: A Three-Part Primer for Non-Profit Supportive Housing Developers, Social Service Providers, and Their Government Partners
Between the Lines: A Question and Answer Guide on Legal Issues in Supportive Housing
Corporation for Supportive Housing, Supportive Housing Financing Guide
Evaluation of LA's HOPE ending chronic homelessness through employment and housing final report
Federal Housing Assistance Programs National Coalition for the Homeless (NCH) Fact Sheet #16
Home Works: Solving Family Homelessness Through Permanent Supportive Housing
Homeless Programs and Initiatives
New York City’s Project Renewal: Housing First for People With Addictions
Permanent Supportive Housing for Homeless in LA Advances With First Project From City’s $30 Million Loan Fund
Supportive Housing & Homeless Programs (SHHP)
Supportive Housing Program (SHP) Desk Guide
The Impact of Supportive Housing for Homeless People With Severe Mental Illness on the Utilization of the Public Health, Corrections, and Emergency Shelter Systems: The New York-New York Initiative
Toolkit for Connecting Supportive Housing Tenants to Employment
Toolkit for developing and operating supportive housing
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