Rapid Rehousing

Take MDHI's RRH Self-Assessment  

What is Rapid Re-Housing?

Rapid Re-housing (RRH) is a crisis intervention designed to quickly move individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness into permanent housing. The goals of RRH programs are to limit the amount of time households experience homelessness and ensure that the household does not become homeless again. The three core components of all RRH programs are: 1) Housing Identification 2) Rent and Move-in Assistance 3) Case Management.

Rapid Re-Housing Written Standards

MDHI recently updated our Continuum of Care's RRH Written Standards. All CoC and Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) RRH providers in the Metro Denver Region are updating their policies and procedures to ensure that RRH programs are administered consistently and effectively across the CoC.

Read MDHI's RRH Written Standards

View the RRH Written Standards Webinar slides (7.25.18)

FAQ from RRH Written Standards Webinar

Other links to RRH Information and Resources:

Rapid Re-housing Design Under the CoC Program

Rapid Re-housing: A History and Core Components (National Alliance to End Homelessness, 2014)

Rapid Re-housing Brief (HUD Exchange)

Webinar: Core Principles of Housing First and Rapid Re-housing (2014, USICH)

HUD Family Options Study (2015)

Findings and Implications of the Family Options Study (National Alliance to End Homelessness, 2015)