Creating Safe Temporary Housing

Increase accessibility in victim-specific emergency shelter and transitional housing programs for survivors who might not otherwise be eligible for housing, including those with substance use disorders, mental illness, limited English proficiency, physical or mental disabilities, as well as to LGBTQ survivors, male survivors, large or non-traditional family structures, survivors with poor credit or criminal histories, returning citizens, and others from marginalized or underserved populations.

Emergency Shelters

Innovating on traditional models can help shelter programs keep pace with the changing needs of their participants.

Transitional Housing

Transitional or bridge housing can incorporate new elements and promising practices that spring from rich experience in the field.

Responding to Funder Requirements

Funders require compliance with many laws and guidelines – from language access to data collection. Additionally, many promising practices can help shape your program.