We are committed to removing barriers to housing and prioritizing members of our community who are most in need by connecting them with housing as quickly as possible. We believe in nurturing hope and reducing harm for vulnerable members of our community by providing permanent housing and supportive services without preconditions and barriers.
Housing First is a nationally recognized and evidence based program that is strongly supported by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. It prioritizes the most vulnerable while emphasizing stable and permanent housing with case management and supportive services. Housing First focuses on providing housing for the disabled, chronically homeless, Veterans, and families with substance use issues. Clients with little or no income, insurance, criminal histories, evictions, and other barriers are accepted. Case managers are available to each client to assist in reducing personal barriers to self-sufficiency, to connect clients with mental health and wellness services, and to provide coaching for skill building and employment readiness.
Veteran Specific Housing-
We are committed to providing service intensive housing for any Veteran who is struggling with disabilities and homelessness.
Veteran specific housing follows the housing first model as previously described. Veterans and their families who are vulnerable will be provided with permanent housing and supportive services.