Housing Stabilization Services

Housing Stabilization Services (HSS) is a new benefit for individuals on Medical Assistance to help find and maintain housing. Housing Stabilization Services has three parts:

Housing Consultation

helps eligible individuals without a case manager or targeted case manager create a person centered plan and help submit the plan to a Housing Transition provider.

Housing Transition

helps eligible individuals find a home of their own.

Housing Sustaining

to help maintain housing and prevent homelessness.

Who is Eligible?

A member is eligible for housing stabilization services if they meet all of the following needs-based criteria:

If you need help understanding any of the eligibility requirements, please reach us at contact@comhealthmn.com or call (612) 707-7085 for help. We will be happy to walk you through the process.

How does the program work?

Housing Stabilization Services provides up to 150 hours per transitional for housing transition and up to 150 hour for housing sustaining per year.

What does a Housing Stabilization Coordinator do?

A Housing Stabilization Coordinator works with the individual to find them the appropriate housing choice, while coordinating all the other necessary activities required for a successful transition into the community.

We work to remove any housing barriers such as finding funding sources, housing record expungement, getting a replacement social security card, etc.