The Supportive Housing Pipeline Coalition is thrilled to offer a suite of comprehensive, practical learning opportunities that will equip your organization for success in developing and operating supportive housing!

The opportunities are summarized below with links to flyers containing more details. Info session coming up next week!  

Explore Capacity Building Opportunities – 2024
Information Session on Wednesday, February 7th at 11:30 AM

Register via Zoom

Launching March 5th: The CaseMade is coming to Massachusetts to empower your team to make the case for Supportive Housing

Your Supportive Housing team is invited to join a dedicated Strategic CaseMaking cohort. You will practice skills and strategies described in TheCaseMade founder Dr. Tiffany Manuel’s Case Made! 10 Powerful Leadership Principles that Win Hearts, Change Minds, and Grow Impact. The result will be a shared “case guide” to help providers collectively make their case for Supportive Housing, and a CaseMaking peer group to continue to work toward progress together. 

  • Series of six, 90-minute sessions, each beginning at 10:30AM
  • Series runs bi-weekly March 5 through May 7 with a final case presented on June 25
  • Sessions hosted virtually with periodic in-person gatherings by region 

For more information consult the attached flyer and contact Sarah Bartley at United Way or submit an interest form now. Meet our trainer, TheCaseMade, at

Launching April 9th: Gain a deeper understanding of developing and operating Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) with the PSH Learning Forum

The Massachusetts Alliance for Supportive Housing (MASH), in partnership with the Executive Office of Housing and Livable Communities (EOHLC) and the Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC) will host an interactive Permanent Supportive Housing Learning Forum to provide participants with a robust education on developing and delivering high-quality supportive housing with the goal of intentionally increasing the volume and diversity of supportive housing developers in the Commonwealth. This will aid in expanding the inventory of supportive housing and ending chronic and high-need homelessness for individuals, families, and young adults who are experiencing chronic and/or long-term or episodic homelessness and have a disabling condition.

The Learning Forum will start on April 9th with an in-person One-Day Kick-off Conference held in Worcester, MA, followed by a biweekly virtual training series of 1.5-2 hours each hosted over five months. A final event will be held for participants to network, share what they gleaned, and receive technical assistance.                    

For more information download the flyer below and email Calpurnyia Roberts, the Director of Supportive Housing and Special Initiatives at MHSA for the schedule of sessions and how to register.

Launched this month: New Permanent Supportive Housing Community of Practice

Last week, the Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance (MHSA) launched a virtual Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Community of Practice. This is a new, ongoing opportunity will be hosted on the fourth Thursday of every month at 11AM.

The CoP is for current providers of PSH in a variety of roles – program directors, case managers, supportive service providers, etc. If members of your agency would like to participate in the PSH Community of Practice please click here to submit the names and email addresses of any agency members who would like to participate. Please complete a separate form for each staff person.

For more information email Ian Gendreau, the Director of Programs & Planning at MHSA.

The Supportive Housing Pipeline Coalition is a collaboration of more than 80 cross-sector partners. Together, we develop and advance a unified agenda for creating the Supportive Housing needed to address chronic and high need homelessness in Massachusetts. All of this capacity building work aims to empower providers to reach the goals we set together, as a Coalition. We are led by:

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