HUD Permanent Supportive Housing
The HUD Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) program assists persons with substance use disorders and mental health issues that create barriers to permanent housing. Supportive services provided by Liberty Resources’ Housing Counselors and monthly rental assistance enable the individuals served to maintain safe, affordable, permanent housing of their choice.
The HUD PSH program is comprised of 29 units spread throughout Onondaga County. Each tenant has a private apartment and is responsible for an appropriate portion of the rent every month.
Supportive Housing Counselors offer support with:
- Rental subsidy to make rent affordable
- Affordable housing options
- Linkage to social services and other local resources
- Tenant/Landlord conflict resolution
- Applicant/primary tenant must be at least 18 years of age.
- The applicant must be meet the definition of HUD Chronic Homelessness.
- The applicant’s income must fall below the federal poverty level.
- The applicant must have current proof of disability.
All referrals come through the Coordinated Entry List.
Applicants must provide documentation of their disability and meet the definition of chronic homelessness per HUD guidelines.