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CBPP’s Connecting the Dots project advances policies to improve health care delivery and other services for people with significant physical, mental, and substance use conditions, including many individuals who are reentering the community from the criminal justice system. In addition to health care, these individuals, often need affordable housing linked to support services, and the systems offering these services need to be well-coordinated. Better coordination can not only improve lives but can save money.   


In Focus: Supportive Housing Can Produce Health Care Savings

Supportive Housing Helps Vulnerable People Live and Thrive in the Community

Supportive housing, a highly effective strategy that combines affordable housing with intensive coordinated services, can help the most vulnerable people in America maintain a stable home.  


Additional Resources

Even With Cures Act, Medicaid Remains Vital for Behavioral Health

Funding for Housing, Health, and Social Services Block Grants Has Fallen Markedly Over Time

Webinar: How Supportive Housing Can Meet Health Care Goals

Research Shows Housing Vouchers Reduce Hardship and Provide Platform for Long-Term Gains Among Children

New Parity Rules for Mental and Physical Health Coverage Need Strong Enforcement

Medicaid Can Support Transitions Back to the Community

Additional Health Resources

Additional Housing Resources