Chapman Advises Investors in Pay for Success Programs to Reduce Homelessness and RecidivismPrint Page
Salt Lake County, Utah recently launched two pay for success programs that seek to reduce chronic homelessness and recidivism among at-risk populations. Partner Amy Curran led the Chapman team in representing a financial services company investing in the programs. Funding will be used to reduce homelessness through a program that provides housing, behavioral-health treatment, and employment counseling to 315 chronically homeless individuals. The other program seeks to reduce recidivism by funding substance-abuse and behavioral-health treatment for 225 high-risk men.
For more information, see this article in The Salt Lake Tribune.