FUSE systematically addresses the needs of individuals with histories of homelessness, mental illness, and inappropriate frequent use of ERs
CSH is leading a workgroup focused on the supports for people cycling between hospital, emergency shelter and criminal justice systems.
Connecticut FUSE is placing up to 80 people in supportive housing in an effort to reduce public costs and improve outcomes.
The Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless is administering the Frequent Users grant to develop a housing centered model.
The Los Angeles FUSE program targets highest-need, highest cost homeless adults from across the county.
CSH worked with the Governor’s office and local partners to reestablish the Interagency Council on Homelessness in Rhode Island.