In the Media
As an innovative solution to the problem of chronic homelessness, supportive housing is the regular subject of news stories in New York and across the country. The following articles, videos and blog posts represent just a sample of the recent and/or seminal press related to supportive housing.
- Program to End Homelessness Among Veterans Reaches a Milestone in Arizona
The New York Times refers to a federal supportive housing program as the "backbone" of America's effort to end veteran homelessness.
- What If It Does Happen In Your Back Yard?
The Minneapolis Star Tribune visits a once-contested supportive housing residence to find that "things didn't turn out so badly."
- Want to Keep People Out of the Hospital? Make Sure They Have a Place to Live.
The Washington Post highlights research on the health and cost-savings benefits of supportive housing.
- Let’s Treat Housing as a Health Issue
Jeff Foreman of Care for the Homeless pens an op-ed in City Limits on health care and supportive housing.
- Housing for the Homeless—Built with Medicaid Money
The New York Daily News covers the development of Boston Road, a supportive housing residence being built using Medicaid funding.
- New York State Rethinks Medicaid
The Wall Street Journal highlights New York's efforts to lower Medicaid costs via supportive housing.
- Making History in New York
Tax Credit Advisor covers the Creston Ave. Residence, the first residence created with state funds to lower Medicaid costs.
- Two Tax Credits That Work
The chief executive of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) pens an op-ed in the New York Times on the importance of Low Income Housing Tax Credits.
- The Forgotten 50,000
The New York Times highlights the United to End Homelessness coalition in a recent editorial on homelessness in New York City.
- Housing Group Aims to Preserve Gains
The Wall Street Journal highlights the launch of Housing First!, a coalition to preserve and expand the growth of affordable housing in New York.