Across the CoC, service providers offer a variety of interventions to clients based on federal eligibility criteria and client need. The goal of each intervention is to connect a client to the best possible circumstances the community has to offer and eventually into a permanent and stable housing position. 

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Street Outreach (May 2021)

Street Outreach refers to programs that actively support clients who are living in places not meant for habitation or at emergency shelter. Through ongoing contact and engagement, these clients are more readily connected to any services or housing solutions they may be eligible to receive. 

Clients entering SO programs:   Clients currently served by SO programs: Exiting SO to positive housing destinations:

Rapid Re-Housing (May 2021)

RRH is an intervention designed to help individuals and families that don't need intensive and ongoing support to quickly exit homelessness and return to permanent housing. Rapid re-housing assistance is offered without preconditions — like employment, income, absence of a criminal record, or sobriety — and the resources and services provided are tailored to the unique needs of the household. Eligible clients can receive RRH assistance for up to two years.

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Permanent Supportive Housing (May 2021)

PSH an intervention that combines affordable housing assistance with voluntary support services to address the needs of chronically homeless people. The services are designed to build independent living and tenancy skills and connect people with community-based health care, treatment, and employment services. Generally, there is no time limit placed on how long an eligible client may retain PSH.

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Homeless Prevention (May 2021)

In some cases, such as with Homeless Prevention, the goal is to help clients retain their current housing and to stop them from entering the community's homeless response system. Typically, clients served by HP programs indicates the clients who have been able to successfully remain in their current housing situation.

Clients entering HP programs:   Clients currently served by HP programs:


 This page reflects the most recent, complete month of services. Last updated: 6/06/2021