Central City Concern, in Portland, Oregon, aims to assist individuals with substance use disorder by providing integrated services designed to support sustained recovery. This brief presents background information on two supportive housing programs operated by Central City Concern. The programs are being evaluated by MDRC as part of the Building Evidence on Employment Strategies (BEES) project. Existing research on employment services, treatment and recovery, and housing is promising. However, there is limited rigorous research on how the combination of such services affects individuals’ employment, housing, recovery, and criminal/legal outcomes. This evaluation will contribute to that evidence base. It will also explore the impact on study participants’ health care utilization and the associated cost of these services.