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The Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) works to ensure that appropriate housing is available for the people we serve through creating a system that integrates housing, services and income supports to enable adults to live in the community.
Group Residential Housing
Group Residential Housing (GRH) is a state-funded income supplement program that pays for room-and-board costs for low-income adults who have been placed in a licensed or registered setting with which a county human service agency has negotiated a monthly rate.
Housing Resources ToolBox
The Housing Resources ToolBox provides individuals and their families, county staff, and housing and service providers information to address the unique needs of older adults, people with disabilities and the homeless.
Supportive Housing Managed Care Pilot
The Supportive Housing Managed Care Pilot is a five-year demonstration project created from an intergovernmental, public-private partnership. The premise of this pilot is to test and evaluate a new model to help families and single adults who have long histories of homelessness achieve increased levels of stability in their lives, while improving the efficiency of service delivery.
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