The Pipeline

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.

Supportive Housing Services in Rural America

Supportive Housing Services in Rural America

March 2, 2016

Read the full article by clicking on: Expanding Healthcare Services for Supportive Housing Residents Rural Voices Magazine

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In-House Employment Resource Toolkit

In-House Employment Resource Toolkit

March 1, 2016

CSH, in partnership with Barbara Poppe, Poppe and associates, has developed an In-House Employment Resource Toolkit for the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. In addition to the important introduction to the In-House Employment resource document,  the toolkit includes valuable materials designed to help housing and service providers develop or enhance their in- house hiring practices. Access the complete In-House Employment...

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CSH Testifies – Supportive Housing Can Help Address Heroin Epidemic

CSH Testifies – Supportive Housing Can Help Address Heroin Epidemic

February 26, 2016

Written Comments of the Corporation for Supportive Housing Senate Joint Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Addiction Hearing to Examine the issues facing communities in the wake of increased heroin abuse February 26, 2016   My name is Kristin Miller, and I am the Director of the New York Program at the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH). Thank for this opportunity to testify before this important task force. CSH has 25 year track record of...

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Melville Charitable Trust & CSH Youth Initiatives

Melville Charitable Trust & CSH Youth Initiatives

February 23, 2016

The Melville Charitable Trust has a long history of demonstrating a generous commitment to investing in proven solutions that end housing insecurity. CSH has long been a partner with the Trust in promoting supportive housing as an evidence-based model that works. The Trust began addressing housing instability in 1990 with the view that the persistence of homelessness “in the wealthiest democracy in the world is scandalous,” especially since there...

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Penn Place offers new home for Indy’s homeless

Penn Place offers new home for Indy’s homeless

February 19, 2016

Former motel redeveloped into 38 apartments for those who had been living on the streets Michael Gables talks about his apartment with case manager Kelsey Kennedy at Penn Place Apartments.(Photo: Kelly Wilkinson/IndyStar) Michael Gables is not a big coffee drinker, but one of the first things he bought when he moved into his new apartment was a coffeepot from a church rummage sale. "You got to have a coffeepot," he said Spread out on his...

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Support Illinois HB 4955 – Restore Funding for Homeless & Housing Programs

Support Illinois HB 4955 – Restore Funding for Homeless & Housing Programs

February 12, 2016

Advocate for affordable & supportive housing funding in Illinois Many organizations in Illinois have been operating without funding since July 1, 2015, and are at risk of closing their doors to the vulnerable people they serve. Illinois House Bill 4955, introduced on February 5, 2016, would  fully restore funding to FY2015 levels for affordable housing and supportive housing programs for people who have experienced homelessness. These critical...

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Houston PSH Capital Grant Fund

Houston PSH Capital Grant Fund

February 12, 2016

"Moving Housing & Houston Forward" Committed Community The community of Houston, Texas has come together and committed to ambitious goals. Not only are we focused on ending chronic homelessness, we want to transform lives by keeping people housed, healthy and out of poverty through economic advancements and workforce training. The progress already has been beyond expectations. The federal government has declared Houston a city that has effectively...

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President Obama Releases Final Budget Blueprint

President Obama Releases Final Budget Blueprint

February 9, 2016

President Barack Obama has released the final budget proposal of his Administration with an eye toward ending family homelessness by 2020. The budget plan sets out the priorities of the Administration in its last year and is just the first step in a long process. Most notably, the President requested $11 billion in mandatory funding over ten years for housing assistance to help homeless families. The request is a legislative proposal to create a new...

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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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CSH Shines at Annual SHANJ Meeting

CSH Shines at Annual SHANJ Meeting

February 3, 2016

The 18th Annual Meeting of the Supportive Housing Association of New Jersey (SHANJ) was held today, and CSH was there to present on the topics of Child Welfare Involved Family and Youth Supportive Housing innovations in New Jersey. CSH led a two-part panel focused on the innovations used by the New Jersey Department of Children and Families (DCF) to develop supportive housing initiatives for child welfare involved families and youth aging out of care....

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Keeping Families Together: Tailoring Interventions for High-Needs Families

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