Permanent Supportive Housing: Practices that Support Independent Community Living

According to SAMHSA, “Permanent Supportive Housing offers voluntary, flexible supports to help people with psychiatric disabilities choose, get, and keep housing that is decent, safe, affordable, and integrated into the community. Central to the approach is a belief that people with psychiatric disabilities should have the right to live in a home of their own, without any special rules or service requirements.” (SAMHSA Brochure)


This webinar covers the following objectives: 

  • Describe Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH)  
  • Describe how PSH can support a recovery journey
  • Identify the evidence-based and promising practices that can support PSH


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Permanent Supportive Housing SAMHSA Toolkit

SAMHSA Tools for Tenants

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