Case Managers

Broward Housing Solutions® (BHS®) has several  housing programs; each falls under one of following referral methods:

Prior Case Management

This referral method applies to following program(s);

Affordable Housing

Home for the Brave

Housing Solutions for Young Adults (Youth Solutions)

To qualify for the above housing programs the applicant must already be enrolled in case management services by one of following Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) approved community providers; Archways Behavioral Health, Broward County Elderly and Veterans Service, Henderson Behavioral Health Center, or SOS Children’s Village. As the case manager from one of these four (4) organizations, you must identify that the applicant has steady income, is capable of independent living, and has a form of Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI). Then, you must obtain an application form from a BHS® Housing Specialist for the applicant to be placed on our waiting list for the next available rental housing unit.

This referral method applies to following program(s);

Home for the Brave

Samaritan

To qualify for Samaritan, the applicant must have case management services provided by one of following Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) approved community providers; Archways Behavioral Health, Broward County Elderly and Veterans Service, or Henderson Behavioral Health Center. The applicant will also need to be registered as chronically homeless[1] through 2-1-1 Broward. Registering with 2-1-1 Broward will ensure the applicant will obtain next available rental housing unit with housing agencies throughout Broward County.

No Prior Case Management

This referral method applies to following program(s);

Broward II

To qualify for Broward II, the applicant must be registered as homeless through 2-1-1 Broward. The applicant does not need to have case management services prior to entering this program. A case manager will be assigned to them through Archways Behavioral Health upon entering the program. Registering with 2-1-1 Broward will ensure the applicant will obtain next available rental housing unit with housing agencies throughout Broward County.

This referral method applies to following program(s);

Broward III

To qualify for Broward III, the applicant must be registered as chronically homeless through 2-1-1 Broward. The applicant does not need to have case management services prior to entering this program. A case manager will be assigned to them through Henderson Behavioral Health Center upon entering the program. Registering with 2-1-1 Broward will ensure the applicant will obtain next available rental housing unit with housing agencies throughout Broward County.

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[1] Chronically Homeless is defined by HUD as experiencing 4 or more episodes of homelessness for an accumulation of one year, or 1 consecutive year of being homeless.

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