Programs providing alternative living arrangements for people who need support in daily activities of living due to age, disability, substance abuse, mental illness, chronic homelessness or other circumstances. Also includes services that help people with specific needs find stable housing in the community.
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- Long Term and Supportive Housing
- Rebates and Repairs
Cost assistance for people who wish to buy a home or make improvements to their existing home, including accessibility upgrades or energy efficiency projects.
Facilities that provide overnight and/or daytime drop-in services and programs for homeless or otherwise at-risk individuals. Also includes transitional housing for people facing specific challenges like leaving a domestic violence situation. Drop-in day programs and shelters often provide information or referrals to other resources in the community to help with life skills or identifying useful services.
- Stay at Home Support
Programs that assist individuals with specific needs to stay in their own homes instead of moving to long term or supportive housing.
- Subsidized and Low Cost Housing
Low-cost or subsidized housing options and services that help people locate or pay for housing.