New! It's Here! CSH Summit 2016 has begun. Nearly 800 thought leaders and policy makers are shaping the future of supportive housing. Learn More New! Mayors Lead at Summit Former Houston Mayor Annise Parker, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and CSH President & CEO Deb De Santis at CSH Summit 2016. Learn More Video: 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.


June 28, 2016
Conference focuses on giving the homeless hope, help - Las Vegas Sun

June 24, 2016
Community gathers to discuss plans - News Leader

June 23, 2016
Supportive Housing Investors on Edge - Crain's

June 22, 2016
Hornsby House Grand Opening - Salem News

June 20, 2016
Advocates, Providers Keep Pressure on Cuomo Over Housing Funds - Gotham Gazette

June 16, 2016
Affordable housing developer wins major real estate award - Daily Herald

June 14, 2016
DC Seniors Get New Apartments in Brookland - Commercial Property Executive

June 13, 2016
How "pay for success investing programs can help fix social mobility in the US - Quartz/ Clinton Global Initiative

June 11, 2016
Emanuel: Hospitals Must Focus on Homeless Too - Chicago Tribune

June 10, 2016
Emanuel Urges Hospitals to Bankroll Preventive Care for Homeless - Chicago Sun-Times



Reentry Supportive Housing

For many individuals convicted of minor crimes, finding jobs and decent housing after they leave incarceration are so challenging they are at extreme risk of homelessness or reentering the criminal justice system. That's why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Justice have awarded $1.3 million to CSH to address these issues in Los Angeles County. With this help, CSH will leverage the Pay for Success model to create supportive housing for justice-involved individuals.




Family Supportive Housing

The CSH-backed “Bringing Families Home” proposal, establishing a $10 million state grant program to house child welfare-involved families experiencing homelessness, has been signed into law by California Governor Jerry Brown. The new program creates a state grant to foster investment in housing and services for homeless child welfare-involved families. The state grants will match county dollars to pay for housing and services, as well as liaisons between child welfare agencies and homeless-housing systems.




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