Celebrating 25 years of providing housing to the most vulnerable.

Programs and Services

Good Shepherd Housing Foundation’s (GSHF) is a 501© 3 non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide housing for vulnerable individuals and families with low income, particularly those who struggle with mental illness.

For more information on each program please click the tab above for each program.

Shepherd Leasing

  • Several apartments throughout PWC are leased by singles and families with serious mental illness. Housing rental assistance by GSHF with mental health support provided by PWC Community Services.
  •  Participants pay 30% of income for rent
  • Housing, utilities, and support services
  • Chronically homeless seriously mentally ill head of household and homeless chronically mentally ill single adults
  • Referrals from PWC Coordinated Entry

Shepherd Homes I, II, III

  • Housing, case management, and support services are provided to five chronically mentally ill single adults (per house) through the partnership of GSHF and PWC Community Services.
  • Participants pay 30% of income for rent
  • Homeless seriously mentally ill single adults
  • Referrals from Community Services


Affordable Housing Program

  • GSHF provides long term attractive townhouses for affordable rent to low income families.
  • Families pay 30% rent of their gross income.
  • Families need to make up to 50% of AMI for the majority of affordable rentals.

Housing Partnership Program – 2 Years

  • Housing, case management and support services with utilities allowance
  • Low income families at risk of being homeless
  • Participants pay no more than 30% of income for rent
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