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Housing Assistance

Community Partners Integrated Healthcare (CPIH) provides fully integrated Supportive Housing services and wrap-around support to promote rehabilitation and housing stability within our community’s most vulnerable populations.

 Community Partners, Inc. (CPI) and its subsidiaries (Community Partners Integrated Healthcare and Community Partnership of Southern Arizona) believe in the value of safe, stable and affordable housing. Through our rent subsidies and supportive services, we help veterans along with Transition Age Youth and those suffering from homelessness, serious mental illness, Substance Use Disorder and/or medical disabilities build a foundation for long-term housing stability and greater wellness.

Housing First

CPI believes that housing is an essential human right and is committed to the principles of Housing-First and of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Permanent Supportive Housing Evidence-Based Practices.

CPI believes that everyone is “ready” for housing and strives to provide housing in the easiest way possible for individuals using our services.


Continuum of Care

CPI is a proud member of the Tucson/Pima Coalition to end Homelessness and the Arizona Balance of State Continuums of Care and is committed to ending homelessness is Arizona. CPI actively participates in continuum committees and the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), which act as part of the community-wide commitment to end homelessness.


Wrap-Around Support

CPI provides wrap-around support to all housing participants. All of the support services are tailored to the needs and cultural preferences of each participant. Support services can be implemented in a clinical office setting or in the participant’s home.

CPI’s standard support services include:

  • Comprehensive needs assessment and personalized goal development
  • Case Management
  • Counseling
  • Therapy
  • Life skills training
  • Employment support
  • Assistance with accessing mainstream benefits, i.e. SSI/SSDI, SNAP, AHCCCS benefits
  • Coordination of care through other providers

Housing Participants can access all of CPI’s services, including referrals for:

  • Fully integrated Medical and Behavioral Health Services, including on-site pharmacy
  • A comprehensive Health and Wellness program, including physical fitness facilities
  • Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) services


Programs

Through funding from numerous sources, Community Partnership of Southern Arizona/Community Partners Integrated Healthcare is able to provide rental subsidies and support for over 650 households in Southern Arizona.

Funders and programs include:

US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs:

Frontiers:

Program Type: Permanent Supportive Housing

Qualifiers: 18-24-years-old, SMI determination or diagnosis of Substance Use Disorder

Region: Services available in Pima County

Medical Respite TH-RRH:

Program Type: Joint Transitional and Rapid-Rehousing Program

Qualifiers: Chronic medical diagnosis

Region: Services available in Pima County

 

Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH) programs:

Shelter Plus Care- TRA:

Program Type: Permanent Supportive Housing

Qualifiers: SMI determination, qualifying chronic medical diagnosis or diagnosis of Substance Use Disorder

Region: Services available in Pima County

Shelter Plus Care- Rural:

Program Type: Permanent Supportive Housing

Qualifiers: SMI determination, qualifying chronic medical diagnosis or diagnosis of Substance Use Disorder

Region: Services available in Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, and Santa Cruz Counties

Casas Primeras:

Program Type: Permanent Supportive Housing

Qualifiers: SMI determination, qualifying chronic medical diagnosis or Substance Use Disorder

Region: Services available in Cochise County

 

City of Tucson Housing and Community Development programs:

Shelter Plus Care- II:

Program Type: Permanent Supportive Housing

Qualifiers: SMI determination, qualifying chronic medical diagnosis or diagnosis of Substance Use Disorder

Region: Services available in Pima County

Shelter Plus Care- IV:

Program Type: Permanent Supportive Housing

Qualifiers: SMI determination, qualifying chronic medical diagnosis or diagnosis of Substance Use Disorder

Region: Services available in Pima County

 

Arizona Complete Health

Bricks & Mortar:

Program Type: Permanent Supportive Housing

Qualifiers: SMI determination

Region: Services available in Pima and Cochise Counties.

Scattered Site- I:

Program Type: Permanent Supportive Housing

Qualifiers: SMI determination

Region: Services available in Pima, Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, and Santa Cruz Counties

Scattered Site- II:

Program Type: Permanent Supportive Housing

Qualifiers: Diagnosis of Substance Use Disorder

Region: Services available in Pima, Cochise, Graham, Greenlee and Santa Cruz Counties.

 

Coordinated Entry

In accordance with HUD’s Coordinated Entry Requirements, Community Partners receives referrals from Pima County’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), Arizona Complete Health’s HMIS and the Arizona Department of Housing’s Balance of State HMIS.

Need Help?

Applicants in Pima County can contact any of the Coordinated Entry Access Points located at https://tpch.net/coordinatedentry/.

Applicants in Cochise County can contact Good Neighbor Alliance at (520) 439-0776 or visit their website at http://www.svshelter.org/ or,

Contact the Bisbee Coalition to End Homelessness at (520) 432-7839 or visit their website at https://bisbeeshelter.org/.

Applicants in Santa Cruz, Graham, or Greenlee County can call 2-1-1 Arizona at (877) 211-8661, (press option 1 for Housing, then option 2 for Rental Assistance) or visit their website at Housing@communitypartnersinc.org.

If you are receiving Behavioral Health services in Southern Arizona, please contact your Case Manager/Recovery Coach and request a referral for housing.

Questions?


The Housing Department can be reached at (520) 618-8810 or email us at housing@communitypartnersinc.org