The Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) developed a plan for a nationally replicable model that would offer viable, long-term financing of services linked to permanent housing by integrating funding from a variety of relatively stable sources into a single pool that would be administered by an alliance of local service agencies on behalf of a group of tenants.
CSH was able to secure the support of top public health officials and integrate parts of its plan into local planning processes including the City of San Francisco's five-year housing plan for persons with HIV/AIDS and persons with mental illness.
At the conclusion of this grant, the Corporation for Supportive Housing was awarded a three-year grant under the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Building Health Systems for People with Chronic Illness program, to implement their plan at housing sites in Oakland and San Francisco (see the Program Results Report on ID# 027072).
- Expanding Permanent Supportive Housing for People with Disabilities January 23, 2013
- From Disaster to Housing June 12, 2012
- Connecting the Dots between Housing and Health June 13, 2012
- Federal Initiative Names Expansion Sites for Supportive Housing Initiatives to Keep Children Out of Foster Care September 12, 2012