Supportive Housing

Supportive Housing offers case management services assisting formerly homeless men and women with histories of substance abuse and/or mental health issues with retain their housing and building self sufficiency. Clients are located in 134 units of scattered site and congregate housing in the Boston area. Housing Support Specialists work with tenants on-site to identify community resources, mitigate crises, develop living skills and maintain permanent housing.

hopeFound partners with non-profit housing developers,and public housing authorities to secure appropriate, affordable housing.

Supportive Housing Provides:

Subsidized housing at 30% of tenant income
Single room occupancy and one or two bedroom apartments
Scattered site or congregate settings
Ongoing goal-oriented case management and support
Clinical support for substance abuse and/or mental health issues
Assistance with landlord or tenancy issues
Emergency rental assistance
Supportive Housing Referrals

105 Chauncy St, 8th Floor (Boston’ Downtown Crossing)

The Downtown Crossing location is easily accessible by public transportation.