- Joint Venture Guidebook
The Network and Enterprise have created a Joint Venture Guidebook to help nonprofit, for-profit and faith-based organizations enter into joint ventures to develop supportive and affordable housing.
- A Place to Call Home
Formerly incarcerated men and women face significant barriers to finding safe, affordable, and supportive housing—a critical component of the reentry process—according to A Place to Call Home: A Vision for Safe, Supportive and Affordable Housing for People with Justice System Involvement (APTCH), a report released 10/10/17 by the Prisoner Reentry Institute at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The Fortune Society, The Supportive Housing Network of New York, and the Corporation for Supportive Housing.
- New York City Scattered Site Housing: A Policy Brief
Responding to members’ growing concerns, the Network convened a roundtable in September 2015 to discuss the sustainability of the scattered site model as it exists today. This paper limits the analysis to scattered site housing provided under the NY/NY III agreement over the last decade.
- High-Cost Medicaid Users in Supportive Housing: Best Practices/Think Tank
The Network convened a diverse group of individuals with great depth of experience in providing supportive housing to high-cost Medicaid users to enhance cross-learning in this quickly evolving field.
- Joint Venture Partnerships for Supportive Housing Development
An overview for nonprofits considering a joint venture in supportive housing development.
- Taking Stock of New York/New York III
An assessment of the New York/New York III Supportive Housing Agreement
- Building Futures: Creating More Family Supportive Housing in New York City
A new report from the Network, Enterprise Community Partners and the Corporation for Supportive Housing.
- A Survey of Common Spaces in Supportive Housing
A report on how tenants and providers use common spaces in supportive housing residences.
- Identifying Efficiencies
A Study of HPD Supportive Housing Development Costs
- New York/New York Agreement Cost Study Summary
Published by the Corporation for Supportive Housing