Community-Based Rental Assistance (CBRA) and Housing and Recovery through Peer Services (HARPS) Long-Term Subsidies
CBRA and HARPS LTS Grantee Map
The Community Behavioral Health Rental Assistance (CBRA) and Housing and Recovery Through Peer Services Long-Term Subsidies (HARPS LTS) programs provide permanent rental subsidy for high-risk individuals and households with behavioral health conditions. When partnered with programs offering supportive housing services such as Washington’s Foundational Community Supports (FCS) program, Aging and Long-Term Supports (ALTSA) programs, Housing and Recovery through Peer Services (HARPS) programs, or others, highly-vulnerable persons with complex behavioral health needs have opportunities to live independently in the communities of their choice.
- CBRA Client File Checklist
- CBRA Verification of Household Eligibility
- CBRA Housing Habitability Standards
- CBRA Landlord Habitability Standards Certification
- CBRA Eligibility Recertification
- CBRA Income Eligibility Worksheet (for eligibility recertification)
- CBRA Certification of Long-Term Housing Support Need
Do you need help?
If you or someone you know needs assistance with housing or homeless services, please find your local Coordinated Entry program by clicking here.
If you are a young person who is thinking about running away or already has, you can talk to someone confidentially at the National Runaway Safeline:
1-800-RUNAWAY or 1-800-786-2929
If you need other types of assistance, you can find help using the 211 Washington Information Network.
- Landlord Fund Programs
- Consolidated Homeless Grant
- Annual Point in Time Count
- Continuum of Care
- Emergency Solutions Grant
- Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA)
- HUD Section 811 Rental Assistance
- Homeless Student Stability Program (HSSP)
- Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)
- Homeless System Performance
- Office of Homeless Youth
- Homeless Councils
- Homeless Services Grantee Training