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Permanent Supportive Housing

Permanent Supportive Housing is reserved for individuals and families that qualify as chronically homeless (365 days or more of homelessness and head of household has a disabling condition), which is roughly 13% of the overall homeless population that we serve. Through a system of prioritization, individuals and families are matched to housing opportunities that best support their needs. Case management supports seek to ensure housing stability and are offered to households for the duration of their tenure in Permanent Supportive Housing.

The Road Home operates two Permanent Supportive Housing apartment complexes: Palmer Court (201 units for individuals and families) and Wendell Apartments (32 units for individuals). We also support several hundred households in scattered site Permanent Supportive Housing.

Eligibility: Chronically homeless men, women and families. 


Click here to learn how you can volunteer at Palmer Court.

Click here to visit our blog and read about the success Marion found in Permanent Supportive Housing.