Few people, if anyone, can oppose supportive housing once they've seen it with their own eyes. But for those who can't attend a supportive housing residence tour, video may be the next best thing. The video clips below offer an intimate, informative glimpse into the day-to-day life of supportive housing.
Watch hundreds of videos from the 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 New York State Supportive Housing Conference on the Network's YouTube channel.
A profile of Common Ground's The Times Square, America's largest supportive housing residence, produced by 60 Minutes.
A portrait of three New York City supportive housing residences, produced by the Network.
A profile of three New York City supportive housing residences, produced by New York State Homes & Community Renewal with help from the Network.
A PSA on homelessness and mental illness from Community Access, hosted by actress Gabourey Sidibe.
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan talks housing first, veteran homelessness on "The Daily Show."
A riveting audio slideshow on three supportive housing tenants and Not-In-My-Back-Yard (NIMBY) opposition, produced by Amy Berryhill.
A virtual tour of Hamilton House, a 175-unit supportive and service-enriched supportive housing residence for seniors.
A profile of both the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) and a single supportive housing tenant, produced by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
An informative video from Time magazine on the benefits of housing first, a form of supportive housing.
A video short from Old Dog Documentaries on GrandParent Family Apartments, the nation's first supportive housing residence for grandparents raising grandchildren.
A video overview of True Colors Residence, New York's first supportive housing residence for LGBT homeless youth, produced by Citibank.
A New York Times video on Safe Havens, which have helped transition formerly homeless individuals into permanent supportive housing.
A tenant at Housing and Services, Inc. has her words translated into an animated video by artist Durstin Grella.
A youth nonprofit and a supportive housing provider collaborate on a pilot program to help 15 young adult tenants.