We believe having a safe and stable place to live is an integral part of wellbeing and recovery. Our Housing Supports Team focuses on improving quality of life for specialty populations by placing emphasis on the following social determinants of health domains: 1) economic stability; 2) neighborhood & built environment.
We do this by:
- collaborating among federal-state and local-level partners;
- exploring how internal and external programs can improve the health of members;
- identifying and creating common goals, projects and initiatives to advance services and supports; and
- equipping members with available knowledge and resources to maximize the positive impact for improving overall health.
This Housing Supports Team works with community partners to provide knowledge, resources and training about housing and residential options. The team also operates the Permanent Supportive Housing Program, Non-Medicaid Residential Services Program, the Housing Supports Grant, the Independence Program, the Integrated Supportive Housing Program and the Transitions to Community Living Voucher as part of the Transitions to Community Living Initiative (TCLI).
What we Operate and Manage
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The Transitions to Community Living Voucher Program is the State of North Carolina’s Tenant-Based Rental Assistance for eligible Transitions to Community Living participants seeking access to community-based supportive housing. TCLV is not an entitlement program. Approvals and payments are based on available state funding.