Learn about a program that combines affordable, permanent housing with a range of supportive services that help vulnerable populations with the complex challenges of homelessness and incarceration. The pilot provides housing and services critical to the maintenance of recovery and stable living for those who cycle through institutional and emergency systems and are at risk of long term homelessness, and those persons with a serious mental illness and dual disorders.
About Terri Power
Terri is a Senior Program Manager for CSH’s Ohio office, where she monitors, manages and expands the statewide reentry supportive housing project, Returning Home Ohio. In addition, she provides technical assistance and training on services in supportive housing, Medicaid, and quality improvement practices. Prior to joining CSH, Ms. Power directed services across multiple cities in Ohio in family permanent supportive housing, single adult transitional housing and emergency shelters, and correctional halfway house programs. She has 26 years of experience in providing and supervising high quality services in a variety of social service settings, working with families, youth, and single adults. Terri has a Master of Social Work degree from The Ohio State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree from the University of Steubenville. She holds an independent social work license with a supervisory designation.