|Housing with supportive services, designed for homeless persons with disabilities. This housing has no time limits and is intended to be a home as long as a person chooses to live there. Supportive services help residents live independently and may be provided by visiting or on-site staff. These services may include but are not limited to:
- Case Management
- Life Skills
- Mental Health Care
- Education & Employment Training
Types of PSH
- Project based PSH refers to a particular structure or group of units in a structure specifically leased or owned by the service provider, and homeless residents must live in those units to benefit from rental & services assistance.
- Scattered site PSH means that either:
- The service provider has agreements with several different landlords / property managers throughout the community, and homeless residents must live in those units to benefit from rental & services assistance, or
- The homeless resident has the ability to choose where he or she will live, and the services are brought to them.