The Tribune Review featured CHS in a recent article on the successes of rapid rehousing programs.

"It's community-based rental assistance and follow-up support," said Jeremy Carter, chief housing officer at Strip District-based Community Human Services, which runs 13 housing programs along with a food pantry, drop-in center and mental health treatment. "The goal is to get a person living independently without the nonprofit's subsidies within nine months or less."

Rapid rehousing is based on the concept that vulnerable people — including those struggling with addictions, mental health issues and trauma — will have better outcomes and be less likely to become chronically homeless if they get into their own residences as quickly as possible.

Check out the full article here.

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