FAMILY REHOUSING & STABILIZATION PROGRAM
Families in the Family Rehousing and Stabilization Program (FRSP) must be assigned by The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness. FRSP provides a security deposit and rental subsidy for up to 12 months to re-house families who are homeless. CSC provides case management, teach and encourage housing maintenance skills (e.g. timely rental and utility payments, appropriate landlord-tenant communications, etc.), and needed referrals to help stabilize the families.
The goal of this program is to provide timely access to permanent housing for individuals with moderate acuity, without preconditions (such as employment, income, sobriety, or absence of a criminal record). All participants require some assistance through financial support and case management in a time-limited manner to assist with achieving housing stability that should last beyond the length of time the supports are provided.
This program serves youth, ages 18 to 24 to facilitate stability by assisting with housing acquisition, and providing support – case management, housing retention skills, and referrals – to the participating young people to ensure established independent living