TSAHC has partnered with the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) to launch the Texas Supportive Housing Institute to provide technical assistance to developers, service providers and property managers interested in creating and operating supportive housing in their communities.
TSAHC will select up to four development teams to participate in the 2021 Institute. The priority markets for this Institute include Austin, Houston, San Antonio, and Waco, but quality projects from other communities may be considered if space allows. The Institute is conducted free of charge for participating development teams
About the Texas Supportive Housing Institute
The Texas Supportive Housing Institute provides a forum for effective team building among project managers, direct service providers, and property management staff. Teams will receive information, resources and tools to create successful permanent supportive housing projects, to move people out of long-term homelessness, and to help formerly homeless tenants remain stably housed.
Interested in learning more about the Institute? Click here for the Institute brochure. Additionally, CSH provided an Institute Orientation webinar for prospective Institute applicants on July 14, 2021 from Noon – 1:00 p.m. Central Time.
Click here for the Institute brochure
Orientation Webinar Recording
Development teams will be selected through a competitive application process. Applications should be submitted via email to Michael Wilt at firstname.lastname@example.org and are due by Friday, July 30th.
Please note that teams selected for the Institute will receive a $10,000 grant upon successful completion of the Institute. This funding can be applied towards costs associated with the team’s supportive housing development. Grants are made possible thanks to a generous contribution from JPMorgan Chase.
Click here for the application
The Institute will be held from September 2021 to December 2021. Definitive dates for each session will be finalized by August. The first three sessions will be conducted virtually, and the final session is tentatively scheduled to be either in-person or as a hybrid event of in-person and virtual.
- Session 1: September 2021
- Session 2: October 2021
- Session 3: November 2021
- Session 4: December 2021
The Texas Supportive Housing Institute is made possible by support from: