Integrated Housing
              Models


                   Holly Denniston
          Senior Program Manager
Corporation ...
Our Mission



The Corporation for Supportive Housing is a national
nonprofit organization and community development
finan...
CSH Products and Services

     Project-Specific Financing and Expertise
     to help create supportive housing.

     Cap...
Housing Models
Spectrum of Models

    •   Single Purpose: 100% of units for special needs
        or formerly homeless tenants at or bel...
Building Upon Success

    • Specialized Financing

    • Isolated Public Administration

    • Limited Pool of Project Sp...
Adapting Existing Models

    • Greater Mixing of Tenant Populations

    • Accessing Mainstream Affordable Housing
      ...
Advancing Integrated Supportive
Housing

    • Facilitate Access to and Use of Mainstream
      Affordable Housing Finance...
Advancing Integrated Supportive
Housing, continued

    • Implement Processes to Ensure and Improve the
      Quality of I...
Partnerships
Development Team Roles


• Owner

• Developer

• Property Manager

• Service Provider



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Two Key Project Goals:

 • Need to reach homeless tenants
   – Tenant Selection plan must stipulate how potential
     ten...
Service Provider Options

• Turnkey

• Co-developer

• Services contract

• Master leaser
Holly Denniston
 Senior Program Manger
holly.denniston@csh.org
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5.2 Development and Design: Integrated Housing Models (Denniston)

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Integrated housing models provide affordable housing for a swath of income levels and supportive housing for clients with mental or physical health disabilities. This workshop will examine several model types for integrated housing. Speakers will also discuss the funding and development on this type of housing model.

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5.2 Development and Design: Integrated Housing Models (Denniston)

  1. 1. Integrated Housing Models Holly Denniston Senior Program Manager Corporation for Supportive Housing July 13, 2010 www.csh.org
  2. 2. Our Mission The Corporation for Supportive Housing is a national nonprofit organization and community development financial institution that helps communities create permanent housing with services to prevent and end homelessness. 2
  3. 3. CSH Products and Services Project-Specific Financing and Expertise to help create supportive housing. Capacity Building to strengthen and expand the supportive housing industry. Public Policy Reform to build an efficient system for producing and financing supportive housing. 3
  4. 4. Housing Models
  5. 5. Spectrum of Models • Single Purpose: 100% of units for special needs or formerly homeless tenants at or below about 30% AMI with coordinated supportive services. • Integrated Housing: A mix of supportive housing units with affordable or market rate units in one development. • Affordable Housing: 100% of units for tenants typically at or below 60% AMI and often some light services are offered. 5
  6. 6. Building Upon Success • Specialized Financing • Isolated Public Administration • Limited Pool of Project Sponsors and Providers • Physical Design and Structure 6
  7. 7. Adapting Existing Models • Greater Mixing of Tenant Populations • Accessing Mainstream Affordable Housing Financing • New Project Sponsors and Partnerships • New Approaches to Service Delivery 7
  8. 8. Advancing Integrated Supportive Housing • Facilitate Access to and Use of Mainstream Affordable Housing Finance Programs for Integrated Supportive Housing • Adopt Underwriting Practices that Account for Supportive Housing Financing Structures • Ensure Flexibility of Supportive Services Funding to Allow for Use in Integrated Supportive Housing Settings 8
  9. 9. Advancing Integrated Supportive Housing, continued • Implement Processes to Ensure and Improve the Quality of Integrated Supportive Housing • Create Opportunities for Networking and Partnership Formation Between Affordable Housing Developers and Supportive Housing or Services Providers 9
  10. 10. Partnerships
  11. 11. Development Team Roles • Owner • Developer • Property Manager • Service Provider 11
  12. 12. Two Key Project Goals: • Need to reach homeless tenants – Tenant Selection plan must stipulate how potential tenants will be recruited to ensure that homeless households are reached. • Must embrace goal of housing stability – Property management plan must recognize partnership of property manager and service provider to meet the goal of housing stability. 12
  13. 13. Service Provider Options • Turnkey • Co-developer • Services contract • Master leaser
  14. 14. Holly Denniston Senior Program Manger holly.denniston@csh.org

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