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Permanent Supportive Housing


For a significant number of homeless Americans with mental or physical impairments, often coupled with drug and/or alcohol use issues, long-term homelessness can only be ended by providing permanent housing coupled with intensive supportive services.  Around the country, Volunteers of America is working to develop new permanent supportive housing, as part of the targeted effort to end homelessness for people living on America’s streets.

Featured Program: Paca House in Baltimore

Paca House in Baltimore, operated by Volunteers of America Chesapeake, is a 106 unit single-room occupancy that provides affordable, permanent housing with supportive services to men and women who are homeless or in jeopardy of becoming homeless.