With sufficient resources for both rental assistance and flexible services, permanent supportive housing can be a primary intervention.
“Recovery Housing and the Importance of Choice for People with Substance Use Disorders” makes the connection between addiction and homelessness.
HUD awarded $98.5 million to 285 local public housing authorities across the country in Section 811 Mainstream Housing Choice Voucher funding.
In “Coordinated Entry: What’s Working Well” TAC’s primary advice is to align your local goals to end homelessness with HUD’s goals for coordinated entry.
Priced Out documents that non-elderly NJ adults with disabilities and SSI are among the groups most affected by shortage of affordable rental housing.