Moving On

As part of its strategic priority to end homelessness, HUD encourages communities to explore “Moving On” strategies in their communities for clients in permanent supportive housing (PSH) who may no longer need or want the intensive services offered in PSH but continue to need assistance to maintain their housing. Moving On strategies challenge a community to create partnerships between the Continuum of Care and mainstream housing programs, such as Public Housing, the Housing Choice Voucher program, and HUD-funded multifamily housing providers.

Part of HUD’s strategic initiative is to give communities tools and best practice examples that will help them implement a successful Moving On strategy. These resources include resource inventory tools, guidebooks, case-studies, and lessons learned from other communities who have implemented a Moving On strategy.

Read HUD’s SNAPS In Focus: Moving On Strategies to Support Stable Transitions from Permanent Supportive Housing.

Public Housing Agency (PHA) Moving On: How-To Guide

Public Housing Agency (PHA) Moving On: How-To Guide: The PHA Moving On: How-To Guide walks through the benefits of establishing a Moving On program from the PHA perspective, including preference language and program set-up from communities that have implemented Moving On.

Project Plan Template

Project Plan Template: The Moving On Project Plan Template was created to help communities navigate the team-building, design, and planning efforts for a Moving On initiative.

User Guide for Project Plan Template: The Moving On Project Plan Template User Guide provides details on this template document, including how to complete it and helpful resources.

Resources Inventory

Resources Inventory: HUD designed the Resources Inventory to help Continuums inventory available resources they can use for a Moving On strategy, identify gaps, and design an effective initiative responsive to local needs that maximizes local resources.

Resources Inventory Overview: This overview focuses on how to complete the Resources Inventory.