Permanent Supportive Housing

Adhering to the Housing First model, our staff work collaboratively across programs and departments to identify “best-fit” housing that will meet the specific needs of each individual.

Housing First is an evidence-based practice to ending homelessness that prioritizes providing housing to individuals experiencing homelessness as quickly as possible without preconditions.

Happy new residents with keys

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) is often the best-fit option for the people we serve who are struggling with co-occurring conditions and require on-going, individualized support to find long-term stability, improve their well-being and remain housed.

92% of people we place in permanent housing remain housed indefinitely.

  • PSH pairs a housing subsidy with individualized, on-going intensive case management services that are delivered with a Trauma-Informed Care and Harm Reduction Approach.
  • Residents sign lease agreements and pay 30% of whatever income they have.

We currently provide essential services to cover 2058 people living in permanent supportive housing throughout LA county.