What is Permanent Supportive Housing?
Permanent Supportive Housing, or PSH, is a long term program that combines affordable housing with services that help people who face the most complex challenges to live with stability, independence and dignity.
Our community prioritizes PSH for those with the most severe medical, mental health, behavioral health or substance use conditions and who have been living on the streets or emergency shelters the longest.
Permanent Supportive Housing improves the lives of our community’s most vulnerable citizens by supporting their housing stability and overall wellness.
Permanent Supportive Housing has also been proven to be a cost-effective solution to ending homelessness, as participants enrolled in the program have less interaction with high-cost crisis systems, such as jails and hospitals.
For more information on Supportive Housing, including resources and data, visit The Corporation for Supportive Housing’s website: www.CSH.org
PSH Navigator Guides
Below are the most up to date versions of all forms for Navigators helping connect participants to PSH.
|PSH Eligibility Guide||PSH Eligibility Guide|
PSH Program Forms
Below are the most up to date versions of all forms for PSH Program teams.
|HMIS ROI||HMIS ROI|
|Welcome Packet||PSH Welcome Packet for new participants|
|PSH Roles & Responsibilities||PSH Roles & Responsibilities|
|Participant Acknowledgement Form||Participant Acknowledgement Form|
|Honest Budget||Honest Budget tool|
|Risk Assessment and Areas of High Acuity||Guide to help Case Managers identify areas of higher risk and acuity with program participants|
|Quality of Life Survey||Quality of life survey|
|A week of meaningful activities||A week of meaningful activities|