Paying for Success in Permanent Supportive HousingJohn Perovich and Jacob Moy in Shelterforce

Associate John Perovich and Analyst Jake Moy have been featured in Rooflines, the blog of Shelterforce, a publication of the National Housing Institute. Their piece, "Paying for Success in Permanent Supportive Housing" explores how the innovative contracting model can construct effective housing solutions for chronically homeless individuals.

"Interest in the PFS model is growing. A total of $8.6 million of federal funding has recently been designated for PSH programs leveraging the PFS model. For jurisdictions considering a bid for these funds, the project in Santa Clara County offers several insights on what PFS can bring to homelessness interventions"

Read the full article here.