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Supportive Housing Can Help Solve Challenges in California

James Vossoughi, Vice President for Community Development Banking at JPMorgan Chase, talked to Connect Media about the benefits of permanent supportive housing.

Increasing the affordable housing supply in California will require creativity—whether through new development, building reuse or permanent supportive housing.

During a Q&A with Connect Media, James Vossoughi, Vice President for Community Development Banking at JPMorgan Chase, talked about the benefits of permanent supportive housing and other industry trends in the state, including:

  • How supportive housing invests in communities and connects tenants to services 
  • Some of JPMorgan Chase’s current projects, such as the largest permanent supportive housing development in San Francisco
  • The need for innovative ideas and solutions to solve the affordable housing crisis


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