5.10 Moving on from Permanent Supportive Housing: Creating Successful Exits

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Conference Presentation | July 23, 2013

Files: Moving On From Supportive Housing: Creating Successful Exits by Connie Tempel (PDF | 600 KB | 44 slides)

Permanent supportive housing is the foundation for serving chronically homeless individuals and families who have intensive service needs. However, not everyone will need this level of assistance forever, and over time as people’s needs and desires change, they may wish to move on. This workshop will present methods to identify and support individuals and families that are considering moving out of permanent supportive housing, and to plan for the effective utilization of the units that turn over.

  • Christine Haley, CSH, Chicago, IL
  • Doreen Straka, Jericho Project, New York, NY
  • Constance Tempel, CSH, New York, NY
  • Andrea White, Housing Innovations, Lake Peekskill, NY (Moderator)