Populations

For 20 years, CSH has led the national movement to end chronic homelessness through supportive housing. Now, we’re also using supportive housing to change the way communities respond to a range of vulnerable people

CSH Solutions

Chronically Homeless

For chronically homeless people, supportive housing is a primary factor contributing to meaningful reductions.

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Families

CSH is focused on the subset of families that need more comprehensive services in order to end their homelessness and maintain stability.

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Native Americans

CSH is working closely with tribal leaders, governments and nonprofits to help build solutions for Native American men, women and families.

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Criminal Justice Involved

CSH uses supportive housing to prevent and end homelessness for people involved in the criminal justice system.

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Older Adults

CSH is exploring how supportive housing works to address homelessness among older adults and elders.

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Complex Health Needs

CSH is addressing the needs of people with complex health needs by developing new models of supportive housing.

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Veterans

CSH is creating new models to house the most vulnerable veterans and to refine the systems needed to identify and engage them.

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Youth

CSH knows that homeless youth aged 18–24 who face the most significant challenges may need supportive housing to end their homelessness.

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