New! See You in Chicago

The response to CSH Summit 2016 has been overwhelming. In just two weeks, hundreds will come together to expand housing as a platform to build better lives and communities.

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New! CSH Social Innovation Fund

The CT Mirror asks: Can an apartment cut health care costs of homeless ‘super users’? The CSH Social Innovation Fund (SIF) initiative answers: YES!

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New! A Choice to Succeed

The May Apartments offer a new beginning and a bright future for a group of people who have long craved independence in their own homes.

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ADVOCACY

ADVOCACY

Community Progress Maker

CSH announced today that it has been selected as a recipient of the Citi Foundation's Community Progress Makers Fund, a $20 million grant initiative to support 40 visionary nonprofit organizations in their efforts to establish new approaches to long-standing urban economic challenges in the United States – including economic development and affordable housing. CSH will receive a core operating support grant of $500,000 over the course of two years to build on its work in Los Angeles.

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ACTION

ACTION

Housing & Heroin Help

As communities grapple with the opioid addiction epidemic, CSH is reminding policymakers of studies demonstrating that through the stability found in supportive housing heroin users successfully avail themselves to treatments. Findings indicate that supportive housing is successful in reducing the use of, and costs associated with, substance abuse and crisis care services including shelters, detox centers, jails, hospitalizations and emergency room visits.

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ALERTS

ALERTS

Housing & Child Wellbeing

Three years ago, the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) and CSH began a journey leading toward a better understanding of the roles that housing, case management and supportive services play in stabilizing vulnerable families, particularly those confronting complex challenges that trigger the involvement of child welfare agencies. We became partners in a national effort spearheaded by the federal government and four well-known philanthropic foundations.

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