Permanent supportive housing is a cost-effective, tested solution to end homelessness and greatly improves the quality of life for long-term homeless men and women.
Read their stories here:
Mike's marriage ended, and shortly thereafter he lost his job when the company shut down. Turning to alcohol to cope with his PTSD, anxiety, and depression, Mike became homeless and lived in a tent for eight years. Today, he is smiling in his apartment.
Lisa faced many challenges throughout life, but worked hard and dedicated herself to moving beyond these obstacles. Once homeless and battling addiction, she completed Pine Street's two job training programs, found housing and started a new job.