CSH 2011 Annual Report
CSH has always been about breaking through barriers to bring the highest quality supportive housing solutions to the men, women and families who need it most. Our 2011 Annual Report, Emerging Solutions, tells the rich story of how we advanced innovations in the field during CSH’s 20th year. We invite you to explore these stories and more.
Sparking a Movement with CSH’S Social Innovation Fund Initiative
We’re leveraging a $2.3 million Social Innovation Fund award from the federal government to create over $7 million in solutions at the intersection of supportive housing and health care.
Demonstrating Big Ideas In Rhode Island
CSH is a proud participant in a collaboration that merges political will, philanthropic support and coordinated nonprofit services in a model that is showing how communities can fight and win the battle against homelessness.
Accelerating Change with CSH’s “Charrette” Planning Process
CSH is jumpstarting change by bringing our intensive planning process to communities looking to streamline how they end homelessness.
Building Partnerships between Supportive Housing and Health Centers
CSH is improving collaborations between housing and health care providers like Federally Qualified Health Centers by supporting smart program partnerships that maximize local resources.
Advocating for the Very Vulnerable to End Elder Homelessness
Homelessness is on the rise among older adults, so we’re taking the lead in driving a national dialogue on this impending crisis and illuminating the potential of a solution in supportive housing.
Funding Restoration to Advance National Progress
CSH provided vital funding to restore a supportive housing project in Georgia—an important step in efforts to preserve and expand quality supportive housing throughout the South.