Innovations are happening in every state to integrate supportive housing with Medicaid, managed care, and the work of health centers, and the federal landscape is shifting rapidly. That's why CSH launched this section of our website dedicated exclusively to the intersection of supportive housing and healthcare. It's your portal for up-to-date information and the latest trends, policy changes and examples of innovations in housing and healthcare. This is your one-stop shop for all things housing and health related.

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Supportive Housing & Healthcare Utilization Outcomes State of the Literature

“Housing as healthcare” is the mantra often used to describe the critical impact of housing on the health needs of vulnerable populations...

Housing is Healthcare


Read the latest in what states are doing states to improve service delivery, financing of the services delivered by supportive housing providers and expand capacity in their communities.


Key research and papers regarding the intersection of Housing and Health Care, and relevant information about the healthcare system for people with the greatest needs and residents of supportive housing.


Profiles and examples of the work states and communities are doing that can inform your efforts. As always, CSH will strive to be an essential bridge between the realms of housing and health care.

Health Centers

CSH is funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to provide training and technical assistance to health centers and supportive housing providers looking to partner to serve vulnerable frequent users of health systems.

30 Minutes on Healthcare Webinar Series

This 5 part series, jointly sponsored with National Alliance to End Homelessness and National Health Care for the Homeless Council, offers a deep dive on key issues in Medicaid that stand to be impacted by the American Health Care Act.

Proposed Changes Impacting Medicaid Enrollment

Future of Medicaid Expansion

Medicaid Block Grants

Essential Health Benefits

Barriers to Coverage