Homeless people and those directly at risk of homelessness in Philadelphia County will have the opportunity to solve their housing crisis by jointly developing an effective use of a pool of available community resources. The Cooperative Agreement to Benefit Homeless Individuals (CABHI) will provide collaborative services to individuals to ensure that these services include comprehensive mental health services; Addiction treatment, employment, vocational training, social assistance and independent sustainability assistance, such as financial and budget management. (CABHI) The initiative aims to quickly place chronically homeless African-American adults in sustainable and sustainable shelters. In combination with the full support of Community Shelters, their partner agencies and the community will serve homeless African-American adults who have barriers preventing their housing. An additional 150 people (50 per year) currently living in permanent support shelters requiring care, health care and/or peer support are also receiving direct services. In 2013, SAMHSA launched a CABHI States program and provided grants for up to 3 years to states to improve and develop state service infrastructure and processing systems. .
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