Though it was designed to serve people who are chronically homeless, permanent supportive housing (PSH) does not always have the services needed to house the most vulnerable people. Frequently, PSH programs are not equipped to serve high-need people being referred to them by coordinated entry or to meet the needs of people aging in their units. In this workshop, you will learn how you can evaluate the effectiveness of your PSH programs beyond simply their housing retention rates. You will also learn how PSH can be re-tooled to help people with serious illnesses, behavioral health issues, physical disabilities, and people who are elderly maintain housing stability.