Salt Lake County has selected The Road Home, through a competitive bid process, as the nonprofit partner for the Pay for Success project to reduce chronic homelessness.
The Homes Not Jail program will provide services to improve housing
stability, criminal justice and behavioral health outcomes for the persistently
homeless. These are individuals who have spent between 90 and 364 days over the
previous year in emergency shelter or on the streets or other homeless
circumstance. Absent a different approach, they are at clear risk of remaining
Homes Not Jail will offer 315 individuals a range of housing assistance
and support services including access to behavioral health treatment and employment
counseling. Rental assistance through the private rental market and intensive
case management are included in the four-year project.