It’s connecting people with affordable housing coupled with wrap-around services like support with landlord relations and employment assistance.
DENVER — The city of Denver said it found a program that works to help those experiencing homelessness.
The city is connecting people with affordable housing, coupled with wrap-around services like support with landlord relations, employment assistance and primary and behavioral health care.
Britta Fisher, executive director of the Denver Dept. of Housing Stability, said the program via the Social Impact Bond has had success in connecting with some of the people who are hardest to reach.
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