Supportive Housing

Access to rental assistance and a case manager helps families gain housing and stability. Without support, housing would not be stable; without housing, services would not be effective. Supportive housing is an efficient way to help those with multiple barriers and long histories of homelessness progress towards stability and self-sufficiency.

Services: case managers with specialized training work with households to find and maintain housing, address needs, develop goal plans, connect to community resources, and improve skills and independence.

Housing: safe and affordable housing, i.e. group facilities or rental assistance for private units in the community.

Hearth Connection plays a role in aligning funding from various sources to maintain and expand the supply of supportive housing in Minnesota. Our network of service providers helps to keep hundreds of families and individuals off the streets every year, and supports them in their transition from homelessness to stability, recovery, and hope.

Learn more about Supportive Housing

How Hearth Connection's supportive housing model stands out from the rest

Research on the effectiveness of supportive housing

Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) website

Collaborative regional projects and health care initiatives to end long-term homelessness in Minnesota