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. Our HRSA funding allows us flexibility to engage in direct training and technical assistance (TA) activities that cover a wide variety of topics.

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New: Community Health Workers and Peer Specialists

Community Health Workers and Peer Specialists leverage their strong understanding of the community as they advance diabetes care for special and vulnerable populations who may experience barriers to accessing quality health care.


New: Telehealth Fact Sheets

This series of fact sheets is designed to assist both health centers and supportive housing providers navigate connecting residents to health services during the COVID-19 pandemic when in-person visits may not be feasible.


New Interactive Resource Guide: What Health Centers Need to Know About the CARES Act

Explore our new interactive resource guide on the CARES Act which offers details on funding directed to states, local governments, and community organizations through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to support people experiencing homelessness and those at risk of homelessness.

Health Center & Housing Partnerships


The latest publications, tools and HUD policy briefs on implementing successful health center and housing partnerships.

Webinar Recordings

View past webinars and take virtual trainings on how to foster and expand health center coordination and collaboration with key partners.

We Can Help

CSH’s experienced HRSA Technical Assistance (TA) team has provided direct TA to health centers and housing providers nationwide. We can help you best serve the most vulnerable people in your community.

FUSE Tutorial for Health Centers

CSH’s signature FUSE initiative for supportive housing has been implemented in more than 30 communities for people with high needs who are frequently using multiple and costly public systems, such as shelters, hospitals and jails. Many of these local initiatives feature community health centers as key partners playing a variety of roles, from outreach to full service provision. CSH has developed an online virtual training tutorial on how health centers can partner to start FUSE initiatives. This new tutorial features four community profiles that highlight the steps to successful FUSE implementation.