Housing Development



Rapid Re-Housing - Youth (RRH-Y) - OHS

This program serves youth, ages 18 to 24, to facilitate housing stability by provide more intensive services and developmentally appropriate support youth need to successfully maintain their housing, develop the required independent living skills, and connect to the community-based supports and services that will help them achieve long term goals.

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Family Rehousing Stabilization Program (FRSP) Rapid Rehousing, TCP

Short-term subsidy program that assists families experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless, find affordable permanent housing through a partnership with the Department of Human Services (DHS) and the Community Partnership (TCP). The purpose of FRSP is to minimize the amount of time families spend in shelters and support rapid exit back to stable housing.  The program teaches and encourages housing maintenance skills (e.g. timely rental and utility payments, appropriate landlord-tenant  communications,etc.), and provides needed referrals to help stabilize the families.