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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.

North Carolina & Florida Peer-to-Peer Sharing Builds Momentum for “Keeping Families Together” Supportive Housing

North Carolina & Florida Peer-to-Peer Sharing Builds Momentum for “Keeping Families Together” Supportive Housing

March 19, 2015

CSH recently facilitated an in-depth sharing of knowledge and experiences among several family-focused organizations pursuing the “Keeping Families Together” model of supportive housing in the Southeastern United States. On March 11 and 12, a group of leaders from the Mecklenburg County (North Carolina) Community Support Services and Department of Social Services, Salvation Army Center of Hope, Charlotte (NC) Housing Authority, United Way of Central...

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Child Welfare Partners Further Systems Change in CT

Child Welfare Partners Further Systems Change in CT

March 13, 2015

The Connecticut Intensive Supportive Housing for Families (ISHF), the Connecticut grantee of the federal Partnerships to Demonstrate the Effectiveness of Supportive Housing for Families in the Child Welfare System, is using data to refine its demonstration design and advocate for lasting systems change. The Connecticut (CT) project has three partners: the Department of Children and Families (DCF; the state child welfare agency), The Connection, Inc....

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Funder Spotlight: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Funder Spotlight: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

March 11, 2015

Last year, when the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) announced a $750,000 award to CSH through their Social Innovation Fund (SIF) program, designating us a SIF Pay for Success grantee, we vowed to use it to leverage seed funding we received from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Rockefeller Foundation to provide expert advice to communities hoping to implement robust Pay-for-Success financed supportive housing. The Robert...

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Experts from Houston Exchange Helpful Ideas with Leaders in Boston

Experts from Houston Exchange Helpful Ideas with Leaders in Boston

March 11, 2015

Concentrate on Coordinated Access and Systems Change to End Homelessness CSH has facilitated another successful knowledge exchange between the leadership of two high-profile communities working to end homelessness in their respective cities. CSH and local experts from Houston, Texas, visited Boston, Massachusetts, today to meet with policymakers and advocates intent on sharing information on how to effectively address homelessness among vulnerable...

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CSH in Madison Wisconsin/Dane County CoC

CSH in Madison Wisconsin/Dane County CoC

March 11, 2015

CSH is excited to collaborate with the Madison/Dane County Continuum of Care (CoC) create a more accessible path to housing for vulnerable individuals and families. To achieve this goal, CSH and the CoC are working together to: implement written standards create a housing first system analyze transitional housing stock and community need implement coordinated access CSH and the Madison/Dane County CoC will accomplish this in a four part process. Part...

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Building Michigan Communities Conference

Building Michigan Communities Conference

March 3, 2015

CSH is a proud sponsor, track leader and exhibitor at the annual Building MI Communities Conference taking place April 27-29, 2015. We are excited to announce that we will be presenting our annual Julie Sandorf award recognizing tenant leadership. Join us for any number of sessions in the People track focused on ending homelessness, such as: Changing the Paradigm- How a Community Worked Together to Address Permanent Supportive Housing Needs Hot...

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Upcoming Training Sessions in Ohio

Upcoming Training Sessions in Ohio

February 27, 2015

CSH will be offering a number of trainings in 2015 to help your organization develop, manage, and provide quality services to supportive housing in Ohio. This spring, trainings will be offered to assist potential applicants in submitting successful housing funding applications, and the Six Steps to Community Engagement. Additional capacity building trainings are being scheduled for the fall. Training is offered at no cost to participants, and is sponsored...

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Funder Spotlight: Melville Charitable Trust

Funder Spotlight: Melville Charitable Trust

February 25, 2015

The Melville Charitable Trust, which supports solutions to prevent and end homelessness, is an early philanthropic supporter of the CSH Social Innovation Fund Initiative. The backing of the Trust helps CSH promote stable housing as well as access to integrated healthcare for individuals with high levels of medical fragility. As an intermediary for the national Social Innovation Fund, CSH is testing groundbreaking supportive housing models addressing...

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Willow Housing Shovels in Ground

Willow Housing Shovels in Ground

February 25, 2015

CSH is a proud supporter of the new Willow Housing Apartment Project located on the grounds of the Veterans Affairs (VA) healthcare complex in Menlo Park, California. CSH Senior Loan Officer Toby Lieberman recently attended the ground-breaking ceremony and was recognized for our pre-development loan of $500,000 and technical assistance. The residence will provide affordable, high-quality supportive housing for homeless and at-risk veterans, obviously...

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CSH Helps Camden County Launch ‘Housing First’ Initiative at Cooper University Hospital Community

CSH Helps Camden County Launch ‘Housing First’ Initiative at Cooper University Hospital Community

February 24, 2015

On Monday, February 23, leaders representing a cross-section of state and local government, health care and community-based groups met at Cooper University Hospital’s Roberts Pavilion Lobby to kick-off Camden County’s Housing First initiative aimed at housing 50 homeless, high utilizers of hospital systems over the next two years. CSH is one of the partners implementing this initiative in Camden. The pilot program, once approved, will provide...

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NYSBA Turns to CSH, Distinguished Expert in Criminal Justice to Make Case for Reentry Housing

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