Permanent Supportive Housing Costs and Resident Outcomes: What Have We Learned and Where Do We Go From Here?


The Terner Center for Housing and Innovation’s recently published brief “Permanent Supportive Housing as a Solution to Homelessness: The Critical Role of Long-Term Operating Subsidies” quantifies the costs of operating Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) —including both the costs of managing the property and providing supportive services—and examines the implications of insufficient funding on properties, staff, and residents. The research was based on the experiences of NPH members who are PSH developers, owners, operators, and their staff and tenants.  It explores…

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