Building Thriving Communities
Supportive housing combines affordable housing with support services that help people who face the most complex challenges to live with stability, autonomy, and dignity.
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CSH is the national leader in supportive housing, focusing it on person-centered growth, recovery and success that contributes to the health and wellbeing of the entire community.
Who We Are
Our greatest asset is our team. From our Board of Directors to staff, we work every day to build healthier people and communities.
What We Do
Through our consulting, training, policy and lending, we advance innovation and help create quality supportive housing.
Where We Work
Our hub offices drive initiatives in 48 states and over 300 communities, where CSH investments create thousands of homes and generate billions of dollars in economic activity.
CSH and supportive housing research, programs, papers, data, profiles, cases and evaluations are available to you here.
States We've Reached
Invested in Communities
Supportive Housing 101
Supportive housing is very affordable rental housing forming a platform of stability for vulnerable people who do not have a home or are leaving institutions or hospitals. It is linked to intensive case management and voluntary, life-improving services like health care, workforce development and child welfare.
Harnessing Data to Generate Results
Interactive mapping detailing supportive housing need in each state, searchable across multiple populations and services.
A Racial Equity Framework
Supportive housing can be a lasting and equalizing force that recognizes structural racism and addresses systemic policies to eliminate disparities.
A Focus on Thriving
Our clarion call is making sure that all people, particularly those with the greatest needs, have a place in the community and the support they need to thrive.
Our resources help communities create and model cost-effective supportive housing to address many challenges including homelessness, unnecessary institutionalizations, mental health needs, substance use recovery, crime, family separations and poverty.