CSH Graduates First Cohort of Baltimore Supportive Housing Institute

Panel members at the Baltimore Supportive Housing Institute

Over the past three months, five teams pitched high-quality permanent supportive housing projects to serve people experiencing homelessness. On May 8, 2024, those participants presented their project concepts to a panel including MOHS Executive Director Simmons, Housing Commissioner Kennedy, Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD)'s Paul Stanford, and Erin O’Keefe from France-Merrick.

The Corporation of Supportive Housing (CSH) extends a special thank you to all the funders and partners who made this happen, including Baltimore DHCD, MOHS, Jeanette and Harry Weinberg Foundation, France-Merrick, CareFirst, and the Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers (HAND). Altogether, these projects represent over 60 units of new permanent supportive housing and over 100 units of additional affordable housing.

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