Affordable rental or owned housing for an individual or family who has moved out of homelessness. This may be housing that the client identified independently, or it may be subsidized through the Housing Choice Voucher program or a similar program. It may also be housing identified and supported by a rapid re-housing program, such as MACH’s Housing Assistance Program.
The various resources that a client may access in his or her journey to overcome homelessness. These may include education, employment, credit repair, financial literacy, substance abuse treatment, physical and mental healthcare, counseling, or case management.
Services that prevent someone who is at risk of homelessness from entering the homeless assistance system. These typically include rent and utilities assistance, as well as legal services, to prevent eviction or foreclosure.