Group Residential Housing (GRH) is a waiver program designed to help individuals with low income or who are experiencing homelessness access stable housing and supportive services. It’s like a helping hand for those who need a safe place to live and assistance to maintain it.
In GRH, participants typically reside in group settings, such as shared housing facilities or group homes, where they receive services like meals, housekeeping, and 24-hour staff support. The program offers a safety net for vulnerable individuals who may not have the means to secure stable housing on their own.
GRH waivers vary by state, so eligibility criteria and covered services can differ. However, they generally aim to provide affordable housing options, promote community integration, and improve the quality of life for those in need. It’s all about ensuring that everyone has a place to call home and the support they require to thrive.
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