Permanent Supportive Housing​

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) is a proven and cost-effective approach that integrates affordable rental housing with community-based supportive services. This model has been shown to help people with long-term disabilities — including mental illnesses, substance use disorders, and chronic health conditions — to access and maintain stable housing in the community.

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TAC specializes in the design and implementation of evidence-based PSH programs and initiatives that leverage mainstream affordable housing and sustainable services financing options.

Areas of Expertise

  • State and local policy and resource alignment
  • Best practice PSH models and strategies
  • Building effective partnerships to increase PSH availability
  • Leveraging sustainable mainstream financing
  • Medicaid waivers and state plan amendments for supportive housing services
  • Capacity-building, technical assistance, and training on strategies to help vulnerable individuals get and keep housing
  • Implementation and outcome monitoring through ongoing technical assistance, data tracking, and performance measurement
  • The role of PSH in Olmstead compliance
  • Braiding multiple financial sources
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