The Assisted Permanent Housing Program is a supportive living program for eight individuals who are homeless and who suffer from a serious mental illness who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Supportive services are designed to enhance Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and problem solving skills, promote independence and dignity, improve satisfaction and ensure success in community living. Services are provided to the individual by his or her Community support/individual (CSI) or Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team.
|Acronyms / Alternate Names||HUD 8|
|Company||Heartland Alliance Health|
Housing, support services
Individuals must be eighteen or older, must be diagnosed with a serious mental illness, may have a co-occurring substance use disorder, and must be homeless. All participants in this program must attend PSR and be case managed by CSI or ACT team.
|Referral / Intake|
Central Referral System
|Contact First Name||Victor|
|Contact Last Name||Ponce|