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Permanent Supportive Housing

Permanent supportive housing is an intervention that combines affordable housing assistance with voluntary support services to address the needs of chronically homeless people. The services are designed to build independent living and tenancy skills and connect people with community-based health care, treatment and employment services. In addition to ending a person’s homelessness and increasing their housing stability, permanent supportive housing has been shown to improve health and well-being.

YWCA Dayton Permanent Supportive Housing units feature:

  • Subsidized rent
  • Fully-renovated private studio and 1-bedroom apartments with
    private kitchenette and bath
  • Common lounge and learning areas
  • Onsite food pantry
  • Onsite case management & life skills support
  • 24/7 security

YWCA Dayton Permanent Supportive Housing unit eligibility:

  • Single women
  • Homelessness
  • Documented disability

Case management for residents in Permanent Supportive Housing a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation, and advocacy. Each case management plan is tailored specifically to the needs of each individual and family and includes:

  • Assessing residents’ physical and mental wellness needs, preferences and abilities to develop care plans
  • Assisting residents with maintaining housing stability
  • Working with residents, family and friend support networks, and health care professionals to put care plans in place
  • Listening to residents’ concerns and providing intervention
  • Recording residents’ progress (charting referrals, home visits, in-office meetings and other notable interactions)
  • Evaluating residents’ progress and making adjustments to improve outcomes
  • Advocating for residents’ health and making sure they receive the right care for their situation

In partnership with our community, YWCA Dayton commits to building relationships based on mutual professional respect and inclusion to best serve survivors in the Miami Valley. Some of our community partners include:

  • Homeless Solutions Policy Board
  • HIT Foundation
  • Homefull
  • Montgomery County
  • Continuum of Care

65 RESIDENTS

CALL YWCA HOME

45 SUPPORT & EDUCATIONAL GROUPS

OFFERED

$10,000 AWARDED

IN COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS

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