Permanent Supportive Housing
The Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSH) is designed to provide long term rental assistance and supportive services to help individuals or families lead more stable lives. Rental assistance is provided to assure that housing costs are reasonable despite financial barriers. Tenants will pay no more than 30% of their income towards rent and basic utilities.
Once housed, support services will help the tenant maintain stable housing. The participant and staff work together to develop goals and service plans that support housing stability, crisis stabilization, education and advocacy. PSH staff maintain regular contact with property owners to discuss any tenancy concerns and to coordinate efforts and resources to prevent eviction.
NOCAC’s PSH program is dedicated to people who are chronically homeless, have a diagnosed disability and are unable to maintain housing stability without supportive services.
Referrals for Permanent Supportive Housing are only accepted through the regional coordinated entry system at 419-990-5135.