New! CSH Announces PFS Awards

Four applicants competing nationally have won funding & support to study the feasibility of using Pay for Success to improve housing, healthcare & other services.

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New! Fair Access to Housing for All

CSH strongly supports policies and programs that advance just and equitable treatment of those returning to our communities after they serve their time.

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New! White House Blog

Administration Nearly Doubles Number of “Pay for Success” Feasibility Studies and CSH is in the mix. Read the latest blog from the White House.

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ADVOCACY

ADVOCACY

Fair Access to Housing

CSH and 16 community partners have released recommendations to the New York City Supportive Housing Task Force focused squarely on the overwhelming need to ensure supportive housing for persons with criminal justice histories. These collaborative and timely recommendations call for at least 15% of new supportive housing resources to be dedicated to those reentering our community eager to rebound, rebuild and reestablish. Click "More" to read the rest of the recommendations.

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ACTION

ACTION

Moving On!

Lantern Community Services client Matoka Joyner, 60, has become the first person in New York City to move out of supportive housing under the CSH and Robin Hood Foundation’s "Moving On" initiative. Matoka will move from Lantern’s supportive housing at Huntersmoon Hall in the Upper West Side to her new home in the Bronx. With Matoka moving on, someone who is currently homeless will be able to move into her vacated apartment within the next two weeks!

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ALERTS

ALERTS

Child Welfare Briefing

In several communities across the country, supportive housing is producing better outcomes for families, preventing child removals, promoting timely reunifications, and helping to keep children safe. That’s the message delivered to U.S. Senate staff by CSH, Casey Family Programs, child welfare agencies, and supportive housing residents during a recent bipartisan Congressional briefing sponsored by U.S. Senators Charles Grassley (R-IA) and Brian Schatz (D-HI).

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