Each year the Department of Housing and Urban Development identifies grant awardees who provide very low cost housing, known as safe havens, to homeless persons who are unwilling or unable to participate in mental health treatment programs or to receive other supportive services.  An individual residing in a safe haven will not be considered a resident of a public institution nor be charged in-kind support and maintenance for SSI purposes, to the extent that such support and maintenance is provided as a result of a safe havens demonstration program.