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Upcoming Training Sessions in Ohio

Upcoming Training Sessions in Ohio

March 21, 2016

In-Person Trainings to Help Strengthen Your Funding Applications & Community Engagement CSH is offering a number of trainings in 2016 to help your organization develop, manage, and provide quality supportive housing in Ohio. Trainings will guide potential applicants on submitting successful housing funding applications and cover the Six Steps to Community Engagement. Trainings are FREE, generously sponsored by the Ohio Department of Mental Health...

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CSH & Breaking Ground December 2015 Convening on Issues on Aging in Supportive Housing

CSH & Breaking Ground December 2015 Convening on Issues on Aging in Supportive Housing

March 17, 2016

  On Wednesday, December 18, 2016, CSH and Breaking Ground joined together to host a convening of leaders from the provider system, development sector and government to discuss emerging trends, best practices and comprehensive approaches to improving housing stability and enhanced service delivery for residents aging in supportive housing. The Agenda was comprehensive and many of the materials discussed during panels held at the Convening...

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NWI Veterans Village Opens

NWI Veterans Village Opens

March 16, 2016

U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald, Indiana Lt. Governor Eric Holcomb, and Gary, Indiana Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson today officially opened the North West Indiana (NWI) Veterans Village supportive housing project. Mayor Karen Marie Freeman-Wilson of Gary, Indiana, welcomes veterans & their families to the opening of NWI Veterans Village CSH director in Indiana, Lori Phillips-Steele, joined Secretary McDonald, Mayor Freeman-Wilson...

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New CSH-Designed Workbook Helps Locate Housing Options

New CSH-Designed Workbook Helps Locate Housing Options

March 16, 2016

As part of our ongoing program work in Illinois, and with the support of the Illinois Council for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (ICDD), CSH has developed a Supportive Housing Workbook for People with Developmental Disabilities and their Families. This Workbook assists families as they move through the process of selecting an ideal affordable housing setting and matching it to the person-centered support services needed to live independently....

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Illinois Supportive Housing Academy

Illinois Supportive Housing Academy

March 16, 2016

Announcing the Illinois Supportive Housing Academy May 2 - May 4, 2016 401 S. Clinton, Chicago, IL Illinois Supportive Housing Academy – $200 - 3 Full Days of Training with Box Lunches each day The Academy is focused on developing integrated supportive housing. It is designed for individual team members of a development group. Each member of the team will learn simultaneous steps to assist in the creation of a successful group project. This...

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Penn Place Opens in Indy

Penn Place Opens in Indy

March 15, 2016

As the temperatures dropped low enough in Indianapolis for outreach workers to scour the streets in search of people sleeping outside to invite indoors, a new supportive housing development named Penn Place opened to serve people facing chronic homelessness and those who are frequent users of emergency services. This 38-unit housing first apartment complex is the story of a large group of committed partners collaborating to identify and house the...

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D.C. Task Force Working on Better Shelter Plan and Supportive Housing

D.C. Task Force Working on Better Shelter Plan and Supportive Housing

March 11, 2016

Download the "What Kind of Community Do We Want" pdf by Clicking Here Kristy Greenwalt, Director of the District of Columbia’s Interagency Council on Homelessness, and Laura Zeilinger, Director of the City of Washington Department of Human Services, recently led a task force focused on how to replace D.C. General Emergency Shelter, which houses hundreds of homeless families in our nation's capital. As part of their Homeward D.C. plan, which...

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Supportive Housing Improves Addiction Recovery

Supportive Housing Improves Addiction Recovery

March 9, 2016

Guest Blog by Charles J. Neighbors, PhD, MBA Charles J. Neighbors, PhD, MBA, Director, Health Services Research, CASAColumbia In December 2015, the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) released a paper on supportive housing as a component of a strategy to manage the heroin crisis for the chronically homeless. CSH estimates there is a need for over 30,000 new supportive housing units across New York State to reverse the ever-increasing numbers...

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Happy Birthday, Tommy!

Happy Birthday, Tommy!

March 8, 2016

Tommy Hughes in his very own apartment. Today is Tommy Hughes' Birthday, but he already celebrated another big milestone in his life last week. On March 1, Tommy and his mother, Lisa Hughes, invited CSH staff, Nancy Mercer, and Tommy's case manager, Holly Toombs from the Henrico Community Service Board, to attend his meeting with the local Public Housing Authority where he was being assigned his housing assistance voucher. Tommy was able to access...

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San Diego CSH Team Co-Hosts a Health-Focused Charrette in Riverside, California

San Diego CSH Team Co-Hosts a Health-Focused Charrette in Riverside, California

March 3, 2016

A strong cast of CSH staff representing the San Diego office, the Western Region and the Consulting and Training teams came together February 23rd and 24th in Riverside County, California to host a community charrette for the Health Center Partners of Southern California (formerly the Council of Community Clinics).  The purpose of the charrette was to jumpstart the Health Center Partners (HCP) strategic planning process, in order to better understand...

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Upcoming Training Sessions in Ohio

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