This 2014 Needs Assessment and Financial Model on Permanent Supportive Housing for Ohio is meant to be a catalyst for continued investment and new thinking on how to finance supportive housing development, operations and services. The need for supportive housing continues if local communities want to reduce their numbers of persons and families experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. The case for it continues as the state reduces its reliance upon institutional care. Overall, the need continues to create access to stable housing with services for vulnerable Ohioans leading to, recovery, health and success.
Click here to read the Needs Assessment & Financial Model on Supportive Housing for Ohio. The report includes the following topics:
- Target Populations
- Translating the People In Need Into a Unit Goal
- Supportive Housing Development Strategies
- Supportive Housing Production Plan – Cost and Potential Sources
- CSH Recommendations
This report is a summation of CSH’s work. CSH advances a number of recommendations, and we believe these recommendations will enable the State to expand both current supportive housing development efforts and effectively allocate resources for supportive housing for the target populations.