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 Names||SPH|
|Company||Heartland Alliance Health|
|Languages||With 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 Name||Cheryl|
|Contact Last Name||Pugh|