Low-Demand Supportive Housing Programs: Who Uses Them and With What Results

Supportive housing service models have evolved significantly over time, and Wilder’s longitudinal study of supportive housing includes both programs that have clear expectations for resident behavior and activity (high-demand models), as well as programs that place only modest demands on residents (low-demand models) as a condition for ongoing tenancy. This fact sheet compares the two models and examines the outcomes associated with each.



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Project Information

Supportive Housing Outcomes in Minnesota

A study of supportive housing in Minnesota, including time-limited transitional housing and permanent supportive housing. The study looked at the characteristics of the programs and the populations they serve, outcomes achieved by participants over time, and the program models that appear to work best for participants.

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