Integrative Housing & Supports

Helps clients find and maintain housing, with activities of daily living (ADL), case management, prescriber services, medication management, peer support, and independent living skills.

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Programs Include

A state-funded housing subsidy program that provides housing services for individuals who meet the criteria to obtain and maintain independent housing in the community.

This program promotes integrated permanent supportive housing units. This “housing first” model does not require applicants to be connected with treatment at a mental health center, but clients do need to meet certain eligibility requirements to be deemed eligible; including being a low income person, aged 18-61 and diagnosed with severe mental illness.

The goal of the program is to help communities expand and strengthen treatment and recovery support services for individuals (including youth and families) experiencing homelessness who have substance use disorders or co-occurring mental and substance use disorders.