The results of the survey from over 350 respondents are optimistic. The results of the survey described that despite the economic downturn, industry members believe that supportive housing has a bright future with the potential to end and prevent homelessness for society’s most vulnerable individuals. Over two-thirds of the survey respondents are hopeful about the future of the supportive housing model and feel that it is critical to move forward to expand supportive housing production.
While progress toward our ultimate goal of ending homelessness is threatened by the constraints on the availability of public funding, stakeholders across the country understand that supportive housing is smart, cost-effective and compassionate public policy. The supportive housing industry is forging ahead