Housing stabilization refers to a set of interventions aimed at preventing homelessness and ensuring housing security for vulnerable individuals 18 and older, on Medical Assitance, who have a disability, or 65 and older. This can include providing emergency rental assistance, financial counseling, legal aid, and case management services to individuals and families facing eviction or homelessness. By stabilizing housing, we can improve overall well-being and quality of life, reduce the risk of homelessness, and promote economic stability. It is an essential component of efforts to address poverty, inequality, and social exclusion. Through collaborative and coordinated efforts, we can support individuals and families in accessing and maintaining safe, affordable, and stable housing. We have partnered with various community organizations to provide quality housing programs.