Mission: To advance solutions that use housing as a platform for services to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people, maximize public resources and build healthy communities.
Results: For 25 years, CSH has been the leader of the supportive housing movement. We've demonstrated supportive housing’s enormous potential for improving the lives of very vulnerable individuals and families. We've helped local providers create more access to supportive housing's combination of affordable housing and support services. We've provided loans, grants, project assistance and advocacy creating access to 200,000 homes for those who need housing and important services to achieve stability and transform their lives. We’re worked in nearly 40 states, 225 communities, across three regions of the country. We’ve made over $500 million in loans and grants. We’ve presented nearly 1000 training events in the past four years, many through our Supportive Housing Training Center. We've helped communities create supportive housing through federal, state and local public policy reforms.
Target demographics: CSH works to create supportive housing to change the trajectory of lives, offering vulnerable individuals and families the homes, healthcare and hope they need to move forward.
Geographic areas served: Over 40 states across the country.
Programs: CSH Social Innovation Fund (SIF); Pay for Success; Frequent User Systems Engagement (FUSE); Keeping Families Together (KFT); The Supportive Housing Training Center; the Child Welfare & Supportive Housing Resource Center; Moving On
CSH is an integral part of our effort to prepare for HEARTH. They expertly facilitate our state wide conversations and have developed a web based triage and referral tool we call the Indiana Housing Opportunity Planner and Evaluator (I-HOPE) that will allow all case managers equal access to all available housing options and homeless services in their regions.