Home / Permanent Supportive Housing

Permanent Supportive Housing

Program Description

Since 2012, HomeAgain has offered this service to families of a varying compositions, including, but not limited to those with Veterans status. To qualify, the head of household must have a documented disability, and the household must be homeless, as defined by HUD. HomeAgain serves roughly 20 households each year who are impacted by a disability by providing case management and a permanent housing subsidy. Each household pays 30% of their income towards rent, and the remaining rent is subsidized by the program. This long-term, permanent subsidy, which is offered through the federal government, is provided to qualifying households for as long as they need assistance.

Primary Population Served

Homeless

Posting Organization