Permanent Supportive Housing

To be considered for NeighborWorks Alaska’s Permanent Supportive Housing Programs a household must:

  1. Living in a place not meant for human habitation or residing in a homeless shelter (this does not apply to the Tenant Based Rental Assitance Program)
  2. Complete a Coordinated Entry Assesment and be placed on the Coordinated Entry List (see below for a list of participating assessment agencies)

Please be sure to submit completed applications along with all required documentation to ensure NeighborWorks Alaska can facilitate an expedited review. Applications that are incomplete will be placed on hold until the required documentation is submitted, and a new date stamp will then be placed on the application.

NeighborWorks Alaska offers three subsidized Permanent Supportive Housing programs:

NeighborWorks Alaska participates in the Alaska Homeless Management Information System:

For more information on these Permanent Supportive Housing programs, please contact: