Many in our community rightfully recognize the housing crisis in our streets as urgent but feel powerless to help when the problem seems so vast. The best way to end homelessness is by rapidly increasing access to housing, one household at a time. Our community is working rapidly to expand Permanent Supportive Housing, an evidence-based intervention to end chronic homelessness.
Those who own residential property can help today. Any housing can be Permanent Supportive Housing when a rent voucher is applied, and services are attached.
Pledge now to commit to dedicating vacant units of housing to be matched with services and ongoing rent payment for your tenant so that someone living on our streets right now gets a second chance and safety, stability, and home.