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Interagency Collaborations

Supportive Housing

Overview

Permanent Supportive Housing is a combination of housing and services designed for people with serious mental illnesses or other disabilities who need support to live stably in their communities.  These services can include case management, substance abuse or mental health counseling, advocacy, and assistance in locating and maintaining employment.  Permanent Supportive Housing is a proven solution for people who have experienced chronic homelessness as well as other people with disabilities, including people leaving institutional and restrictive settings.

For more than 20 years, CHFA has taken an active role in the Interagency Council for Supportive Housing & Homelessness (ICSH), a public-private partnership including the agencies and organizations listed below.  The mission of the ICSH is to create more Supportive Housing in Connecticut.     

 

Current Supportive Housing Initiatives involving CHFA

As funding for Supportive Housing is made available, CHFA issues Requests for Proposals (RFPs) soliciting applications from interested developers.  (See, Requests for Proposals for more information.)


 

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