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Housing designed to assist homeless individuals with immediate temporary shelter/housing, with the goal of moving into transitional and/or permanent housing.

Housing that is designed to provide housing and appropriate support services to homeless persons to facilitate movement to independent living within 24 months. For purposes of the HOME program, there is not a HUD-approved time period for moving to independent living.

Permanent housing that is intended to be the tenant’s home for as long as they choose, and is not subsidized by any government programs. In the supportive housing model, services are available to the tenant, but accepting services cannot be required of tenants or in any way impact their tenancy.

 

A long term subsidized housing program that allows qualified individuals to pay 30% of their income towards rent.


Housing that provides government supported accommodation for people with low to moderate incomes. To meet these goals many governments promote the construction of affordable housing. Forms of subsidies include direct housing subsidies, non-profit housing, public housing, rent supplements and some forms of co-operative and private sector housing.