PsychOdyssey’s director Tom Pyle recently presented a talk for NAMI Mercer on housing options for families in the maelstrom seeking housing solutions for their loved ones.
Entitled “Vanquishing the Vexation”, Tom’s talk offered an overview of the housing landscape by phase, from Emergency Housing to Transitional Housing, then to Supportive Housing, Subsidized Housing, to Affordable Housing, ultimately to Market Housing.
Hosted by NAMI Mercer in conjunction with Princeton House Behavioral Health at its Hamilton, NJ, facility, the talk about touched on the possibilities and challenges of sourcing rental subsidies, such as “Section 8” vouchers at the Federal level and “SRAPS” (State Rental Assistance Program vouchers) at the New Jersey level. The talk , part of a series of materials to be part of a forthcoming community access television series of the same title, featured over 100 slides of graphs, data, charts, and resource links.
To view Tom’s housing talk slides, click below:
Vanquishing the Vexation”: Tom Pyle’s Housing Presentation