Accepting referrals from Coordinated Entry
Provides Permanent Supportive Housing for chronically homeless individuals/families identified through the coordinated entry process. Individuals/families must have a documented disability, primarily those with serious mental illness, developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, chronic problems with alcohol and/or drugs, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), or related diseases.
To be considered for NeighborWorks Alaska’s Permanent Supportive Housing Programs a household must:
- Living in a place not meant for human habitation or residing in a homeless shelter
- Complete a Coordinated Entry Assessment and be placed on the Coordinated Entry List
Locations for individuals/families conducting Coordinated Entry assessments can be found here.
How it Works
Community agencies meet once a week to review a coordinated entry list based on the completed assessments. Any open vouchers will be filled through this list. NeighborWorks Alaska will provide a voucher to choose where you want to live in the community and lease from a private landlord that will accept the voucher. The program then pays an ongoing monthly subsidy to help you with your rent and utilities. Recipients with income will pay no more than 30% of their adjusted gross income toward the housing costs. This program is open to individuals/families with zero income, provided the other eligibility requirements are met.
Be sure and save this document to your computer before you begin filling it out. Submit completed applications and all required documentation to ensure NeighborWorks Alaska can facilitate an expedited review. Incomplete applications will be placed on hold until required documentation is submitted, and a new date stamp will then be placed on the application.
For more information contact: