Supportive Permanent Housing

The Supportive Permanent Housing Program is a community housing program for eighteen 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 and problem-solving skills, promote independence and dignity, improve satisfaction, and ensure success in community living.

Acronyms / Alternate NamesSPH
CompanyHeartland Alliance Health
DivisionResidential Housing

Community housing

LanguagesWith advanced notice, Heartland Alliance services can be provided in more than 35 different languages.,

Individuals who are eligible for this program must be eighteen or older, meet the HUD definition of homelessness, be diagnosed with a serious mental illness; they may also have a co-occurring substance use disorder.

Referral / Intake

Central Referral System, Better Health Through Housing Pilot Program, and Encampment Project

Contact First NameCheryl
Contact Last NamePugh
Contact Phone773-784-1206