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Welcome to the CSH Pipeline. This is where you'll find all things CSH -- from industry news and events, to local groundbreakings, to our thoughts on the latest supportive housing research.

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PUSH-CR in New Video

PUSH-CR in New Video

February 7, 2016

Partners United for Supportive Housing in Cedar Rapids, Iowa (PUSH-CR) -- one of five demonstration sites in the federal initiative testing an intensive supportive housing model serving families that come to the attention of the child welfare system because of problems with chronic or recurring homelessness and other serious, persistent issues -- is featured in a video recently released by the US Children's Bureau and Office of Child Abuse and Neglect...

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Addressing Substance Use in NJ

Addressing Substance Use in NJ

March 22, 2017

Supportive Housing’s Vital Role in Addressing the Opioid Epidemic in New Jersey CSH Policy Brief | March 2017

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Infrastructure Investment: Beyond the Bricks & Mortar

Infrastructure Investment: Beyond the Bricks & Mortar

March 22, 2017

A Blog by Andy McMahon, Senior Vice President, Policy & External Affairs, CSH The word “infrastructure” normally conjures up thoughts of bricks and mortar. Investments like highways, pipelines, hospitals, schools and affordable housing development. But people, all of us, are infrastructure too. And when we examine the high return on investment (ROI) our nation receives from Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) and other federal investments...

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Health Talk: What the AHCA Could Mean for Medicaid

Health Talk: What the AHCA Could Mean for Medicaid

March 21, 2017

A lot is happening quickly in the health care world and we at CSH want to keep you up to speed on how it impacts the people you serve, your residents, your programs and your communities.  The American Health Care Act or AHCA was introduced by U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan on March 6[1] and has already moved at a rapid pace through key Congressional Committees.   We will track its progress and keep you up to date on the changes and consider...

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Doubling Down for Vulnerable Americans

Doubling Down for Vulnerable Americans

March 21, 2017

If approved as is, the  federal budget proposal would reverse the incredible progress we have witnessed on the national level. The success we have achieved together -- housing hundreds of thousands of Americans in need of a home to change the trajectory of their lives -- is at risk. CSH will lead the charge and join forces with our partners to oppose any proposals that, if enacted, would kill jobs and proliferate poverty for generations to come. PROPOSED...

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Subcontracting Advertisement for Training/Technical Assistance Assignment in San Francisco under CSH’s Public Agency TA Contract

Subcontracting Advertisement for Training/Technical Assistance Assignment in San Francisco under CSH’s Public Agency TA Contract

March 20, 2017

BACKGROUND The supportive housing project serves formerly homeless families with special needs, many of whom have transitioned from the shelter system and many with child welfare involvement in San Francisco. A nonprofit organization owns and operates the project in partnership with another nonprofit, and the supportive housing project provides onsite resident services, clinical and case management services, youth services, and property management...

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Prestigious Hearst Health Prize – CSH Receives Recognition

Prestigious Hearst Health Prize – CSH Receives Recognition

March 14, 2017

Hearst Health, a division of Hearst, and the Jefferson College of Population Health of Thomas Jefferson University, have announced that CSH received honorable mention in the national competition for the 2017 Hearst Health Prize, an annual award given in recognition of an organization’s or individual’s outstanding achievement in managing or improving health in the United States. Read more by clicking here. Learn more about the work CSH does to...

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2017 Texas Housing & Health Conference

2017 Texas Housing & Health Conference

March 10, 2017

  REGISTER FOR THE EVENT NOW !   Supportive Housing = Healthcare Conference   Monday, May 1, 2017 1:00 PM to Wednesday, May 3, 2017 12:00 PM   Austin Omni Hotel at Southpark Reserve your room online Register for the Conference by Clicking Here  

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Subcontracting Opportunity: Family Supportive Housing Clinical Capacity Building

Subcontracting Opportunity: Family Supportive Housing Clinical Capacity Building

March 9, 2017

Description: Consultant will work with three supportive housing projects to: 1) build staff and supervisory capacity to engage families in existing services; and 2) provide clinical consultation to staff on issues related to domestic violence, substance abuse, and parenting. In addition, the consultant will help CSH build the capacity of the field by participating in Learning Community calls with other supportive housing sites and develop materials...

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Scaling Data Integration Request for Proposals: Advancing Pay for Success

Scaling Data Integration Request for Proposals: Advancing Pay for Success

March 8, 2017

  CSH is seeking eligible and qualified state and local governments or tribes that are interested in participating in a new project that will inform the development and use of an integrated tool focused on criminal justice and homelessness data. Selected participants will receive technical assistance to access and integrate data from the homeless and criminal justice systems to target supportive housing in order to spur greater coordination/integration...

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Subcontracting Opportunity: Data Analysis and Research Report for Family Homelessness in Chicago

Subcontracting Opportunity: Data Analysis and Research Report for Family Homelessness in Chicago

March 8, 2017

Description: CSH is seeking a subcontractor(s) to produce a homelessness study that will create a baseline of the housing needs of families who are experiencing homelessness and are at risk of homelessness in Chicago. It is expected that this study and report will use the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and the Chicago Public School’s Students in Transitional Living Situations (STLS) database as primary data sources. The study will...

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