Resources on Supportive Housing in New Hampshire’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program (DSRIP)

What is the DSRIP?

What does the DSRIP aim to achieve?

Who can be involved in the DSRIP?

Why is Supportive Housing Critical to the DSRIP’s success?

Health Outcomes of Supportive Housing and Cost Savings of Supportive Housing

A number of communities have launched health and housing partnerships to address the needs of their vulnerable populations. Learn more about the work to build these partnerships and the early health, housing and cost avoidance outcomes: On the Ground Floor: Housing First for Frequent Users of Health System Users, February 2017.

What does high-quality Supportive Housing look like?

Supportive housing combines affordable housing with voluntary services that help people who face the most complex challenges to live with stability, autonomy, and dignity. CSH’s Dimensions of Quality Toolkit provides information for communities, providers, and funders on how to create and maintain quality supportive housing.

Where is there Supportive Housing in New Hampshire?

Each year the Continuum of Care (CoC) in each state reports to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development both the Point-In-Time Count (# of homeless persons/subpopulations) and the Housing Inventory Count – shelters, transitional housing, and supportive housing units – for their community. New Hampshire has three CoCs under the Homeless Assistance Programs: Nashua/Hillsborough County, Manchester, and Balance of State. Prior year reports can also be found on the HUD Exchange Website.

What are the models for Supportive Housing services?

The Case for Supportive Housing – trends from around the country

Summary of State Actions: Medicaid and Housing Services

Tenancy Support Services in Medicaid

Studies have shown the impact that housing has on quality of life outcomes. These outcomes included positive improvements in social network size, choice in treatment, housing, employment, and satisfaction. This table highlights the results of 16 studies looking at the impact of supportive housing on the quality of life using varied metrics.

Not a Partisan Issue – Supportive Housing Crosses the Aisle

Minnesota Homeless Youth Initiatives: In 2006, the Minnesota Legislature passed the Minnesota Homeless Youth Act, providing bi-annual funding to address the problems of youth homelessness. YouthLink is one of the leading providers in this effort.

Maine: Cost of Homelessness in Rural Maine, 2009.

Louisiana Permanent Supportive Housing Program

Orlando, Florida

  • The City of Orlando and private partners have launched a health and housing partnership. Read about the effort to build the partnership and the early results here.



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