There are two programs that ISBH currently operates in Franklin County for Housing: Caresource's Community Transition Program (CTP) A major challenge for those coming home from prison is finding stable housing that supports recovery. Many barriers exist for ex-offenders searching for housing, including affordability, safe housing stock and criminal records. For those who do obtain housing, many need assistance and support to maintain housing stability during their transition to the community. ISBH is the contracted housing broker with the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) to provide access and supportive services to improve the re-entry experience. This program is only available to people that meet certain criteria. If you're interested in seeing if you meet the criteria, speak with your parole office regarding the CTP program. CSH's Frequent Users Systems Engagement (FUSE) model is being used as part of our Returning Home Initiative to help communities to break the cycle of incarceration and homelessness among individuals with complex behavioral health challenges who are the highest users of jails, homeless shelters and other crisis service systems. FUSE increases housing stability, reduces recidivism and breaks the cycle of multiple crisis service use, resulting in public cost offsets. ISBH is contracted with CSH to provide access and supportive services to people that qualify for this program.