Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) - PSH provides housing with wrap around supportive services to help stabilize disabled, chronically homeless individuals and their families. This service is generally geared toward those considered ‘the hardest to serve’ and utilizes a ‘housing first’ model.
Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) - Rapid-ReHousing services provide rental assistance to quickly house persons who are in shelters, fleeing domestic violence, or who are sleeping in a place not meant for human habitation. Aid can be tailored to need and can be extended up to 6 months.
Homeless Prevention (HP) - Homeless Prevention services provide rental and relocation assistance to persons who are at-risk of eviction due to lack of income, overcrowding, or excessive moves due to housing instability. Aid can be used to pay arrears or current rent in order to keep a person housed and literally prevent homelessness.
Transitional Housing Program - For those survivors who are needing a little extra time getting back on their feet after leaving their abuser. The stay is around 6 months, and during that time the client will work with a case manager to help them with getting a job, documents, look for permanent housing, etc. This program also offers rental assistance once the client moves out of transitional housing.
Homeless Day Center!
Keep an eye on our social media and this page for updates about our exciting expansion.
Housing and supportive services are eligible for all persons regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, familial status, handicap, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
For more information, call our main office at 361-575-7842.