Mission: To acquire and maintain affordable housing for low income single adults or families who are homeless and may have mental health and addiction disorders.
Programs: Provide affordable housing to single adults and families that were formerly homeless. Program participants are provided with support services to help them gain and maintain housing, income, and emotional stability. The organization assists formerly homeless households to achieve increased levels of self-reliance through the successful tenancy among residents program. This program is a homelessness prevention program through which participants are provided assistance to learn the skills necessary for successful household management, community involvement, volunteerism, self advocacy, coping skills, interpersonal skills, crisis resolution, and goal setting. Some participants require assistance with cooking and nutrition skills, banking, medication compliance, and transportation. Action plans are crafted to provide an individualized response to household needs and designed to decrease in frequency and intensity as stability in housing and community support is achieved.