Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) is permanent housing in which housing assistance (e.g., long-term leasing or rental assistance) and supportive services are provided to assist households with at least one member (adult or child) with a disability in achieving housing stability. See the CoC Leasing and Rental Assistance Requirements Binder for more information.
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A DedicatedPLUS project is a PSH project where the entire project serves individuals and families that meet at least one of the following criteria* at project entry:
*For the full list of eligibility criteria see the HUD FAQ: What is a DedicatedPLUS project?
Remember, the program participant must meet the eligibility requirements set forth in the NOFA under which the project was funded.