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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.

CSH Anniversary Interview Series with Anthony Maione, President & CEO, United Way of Rhode Island

CSH Anniversary Interview Series with Anthony Maione, President & CEO, United Way of Rhode Island

December 1, 2011

What have we learned about who needs supportive housing and who doesn’t? Anthony Maione: We have learned many things as a result of the development and successful management of the Housing First Program in Rhode Island. For example, individuals who have been homeless for a long time need a broad and ongoing array of services in order to maintain their stability. The so-called wrap-around service model is an effective antidote to the issues that...

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Ruth Teague Receives Honor for Dedication to Ending Homelessness

Ruth Teague Receives Honor for Dedication to Ending Homelessness

December 1, 2011

CSH's  Los Angeles Director, Ruth Teague,  was also honored earlier this year by A Community of Friends (ACOF) at their 9th Annual Awards celebration for her dedication to ending homelessness in Los Angeles. ACOF cited Ruth's personal commitment to the nonprofit community and her dedication to the creation of safe, decent and affordable housing in presenting the award.  Ruth was at the forefront of the creation of the Los Angeles Supportive Housing...

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Twenty Successes — Ensuring Quality: Dimensions that Set the Standard

Twenty Successes — Ensuring Quality: Dimensions that Set the Standard

December 1, 2011

CSH is dedicated to ensuring that supportive housing achieves and maintains a high level of quality. And in 2006, CSH made it a priority to assure that the quality of supportive housing projects and the services they provide wouldn’t decline as early supportive housing projects began to age. So CSH set out to define quality in supportive housing. We used successful supportive housing properties as our baseline, but we knew the insight of people...

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Opening Doors in Indiana

Opening Doors in Indiana

December 1, 2011

Aligning VA and Local Homeless Service Systems to End Homelessness for Hoosier Heroes This VA Housing Summit offered by VISN 11 and coordinated by the VA and CSH took place on November 29th, 2011 and involved staff from the VA, housing authorities, government officials, funders, and providers.

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6th Annual Opening New Doors Supportive Housing Institute in Los Angeles

6th Annual Opening New Doors Supportive Housing Institute in Los Angeles

November 30, 2011

CSH is pleased to announce that applications are now available for the 6th annual Opening New Doors Supportive Housing Institute in Los Angeles The Opening New Doors Supportive Housing Institute is a unique opportunity for housing and service providers at all levels of experience to hone their skills in the creation and operation of supportive housing serving individuals and families experiencing long-term or persistent homelessness.  It offers...

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Clifford Beers Housing, Inc. & Coalition for Responsible Community Development Break Ground on a 48 Unit Project

Clifford Beers Housing, Inc. & Coalition for Responsible Community Development Break Ground on a 48 Unit Project

November 30, 2011

Clifford Beers Housing, Inc. (CBH) and the Coalition for Responsible Community Development (CRCD) held a groundbreaking event for their new residential project which will renovate and expand South Central’s historic YMCA building.  The four story building was designed in 1926 by the noted African-American architect Paul Williams.  A new five story building will be added to the site.  The property was vacated, and the CBH/CRCD team purchased it...

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Federal Employees Can Help CSH End Homelessness

Federal Employees Can Help CSH End Homelessness

November 30, 2011

If you are a federal employee, you can help CSH end homelessness.  Allocate your Combined Federal Campaign contribution to CSH (CFC #45368) or visit:  www.csh.org/donate.

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Possible Cuts Would Leave Most Vulnerable in Peril

Possible Cuts Would Leave Most Vulnerable in Peril

November 30, 2011

by Deborah De Santis This morning I had the opportunity to participate in a groundbreaking project for a new affordable housing development in Brooklyn, New York. CAMBA Gardens is an innovative project spearheaded by the nonprofit agency CAMBA, which provides services that connect people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life. CAMBA Gardens is a unique partnership between a public hospital, a nonprofit developer and social service provider...

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Oregon State Charrette

Oregon State Charrette

November 30, 2011

CSH is working with Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) to support the work of 17 rural counties in six regions to develop 10 Year Plans to End Homelessness, resulting in every county in Oregon having a plan to end homelessness. To condense planning time while involving a broad range of stakeholders across the state, CSH facilitated this work using the our Charrette process, specifically designed to help communities address key issues in...

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CSH Charrette Moves Planning to Action in One Week in Seattle and King County

CSH Charrette Moves Planning to Action in One Week in Seattle and King County

November 30, 2011

King County, Washington like many communities across the country, is halfway into its 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness.  While they have achieved many goals, they also realized that five years into implementation, the environment has changed.  To kick-off the intensive, one week charrette, the CSH Consulting Group, in coordination with Committee to End Homelessness and its Steering Committee, engaged providers, advocates, staff from all levels of...

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CSH Anniversary Interview Series with Merl Waschler, Valley of the Sun United Way

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