Housing Stabilization Services (HSS)

What is HSS?

Housing Stabilization Services (HSS) is a new Home and Community based Service (HCBS) that supports people with disabilities in finding housing; setting a basic living budget; creating natural community supports by connecting with landlords and neighbors; and assisting people with understanding the rules and responsibilities of a lease.

Support an individual’s transition into housing Increase long-term stability in housing in the community Avoid future periods of homelessness or institutionalization We offer both Housing Transition and Housing Sustaining. Transition services are provided to – those that need help plan for, find, and move into housing. Sustaining services are provided to those that need help maintain living in their current housing.

18 years of age and receiving Medical Assistance Have a disability or a disabling condition Be experiencing housing instability Have a need for services due to limitations caused by individual disability Note: Admission into Mills Health Services HSS program is subject to State of MN Department of Human Services (DHS) Eligibility Verification Review.