Social Innovation Fund Initiative

Backed by a prestigious federal Social Innovation award, CSH is working with subgrantees in four communities to carry out pilot programs that will result in a model of supportive housing linked to health services that saves public dollars and improves lives.

Health, Housing & Homelessness

CSH is carrying out a five-year national initiative to address the growing U.S. problem of rising health care costs that pulls people with the most complex issues out of the revolving door of costly crisis health services.


Ann Arbor, MI

By combining housing resources of key supportive housing providers, Catholic Social Services of Washentaw County will provide housing and care coordination facilitated through an intensive case management team that coordinates with a multi-disciplinary group doctors, case managers, providers, and homeless outreach workers and shelter staff.



Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition will create a health home outreach model where by individuals identified through a data match between the state’s Medicaid administrative data and Homeless Management Information Systems will be provided with supportive housing linked to health services through a coordinated delivery system.


Los Angeles County, CA

The Economic Roundtable will partner with 38 housing, social service and health organizations using a data-based homelessness “crisis indicator” to coordinate, identify and house individuals who are the most expensive users of publicly funded services in four low-income sections of LA County.


San Francisco, CA

Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation in partnership with the San Francisco Department of Public Health and San Francisco Health Plan will provide housing and health care at the newly constructed Kelly Cullen Community (KCC) supportive housing development.


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