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The Family Development Division works to decrease homelessness by providing housing assistance to homeless or nearly-homeless individuals, families, those with HIV/AIDS, recent immigrants and others, in order to stabilize their situations and maintain decent, safe and affordable housing.

Services include:

  • Assistance locating and securing housing
  • Housing Consultation
  • Information and referral
  • Landlord/tenant mediation
  • Budget Consultation
  • Family Support

Case Management

Provides housing case management, mediation with landlords and information and referral to prevent homelessness.

  • Housing Consultation is for those who need short-term help (1-3 months) with a housing situation. Services may include landlord/tenant mediation and information and referral for those who need assistance finding new housing or help maintaining their current housing.
  • Housing Case Management is one-on-one support with a Housing Caseworker to work on goals related to housing stability. This can last up to one year (12 months).
  • Self-sufficiency programs - CAC's Building Bridges and Family Self-Sufficiency programs provide case management and supportive services for households enrolled in the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program.
  • Supportive Services for Veterans Families (SSVF) provides case management and temporary financial assistance to low-income veterans (single individuals and those with families) to help them maintain stable housing.

Supportive Housing - Home for Good and SHIFT (Supportive Housing for Individuals & Families in Transition)

CAC’s first permanent supportive housing program started in 2008. This is long-term, community-based housing for homeless persons with disabilities. These programs provide intensive case management with access to supportive services including alcohol and drug abuse services, mental health and counseling, health related services, education assistance, child care, transportation, household goods/cleaning supplies and furniture. Participants are assisted in obtaining and remaining in permanent housing, and are helped to increase self-sufficiency by increasing employment and/or income to maximize their ability to live independently.  

For more information call 608-246-4730 X225 or email