The Permanent Supportive Housing program offers participants a wide array of services and leasing assistance for one, two and three-bedroom houses and apartments that are scattered throughout the service area. To be eligible participants must be homeless and at least one member of the household must have a disability.
The Rapid Rehousing program provides short-term rental and move in assistance with supportive services to help with long-term housing stability. To be eligible participants must be homeless and need only short-term assistance to quickly exit homelessness.
Tab TitleThe Transitional Housing program provides services and leasing assistance to help households move on to and maintain permanent housing. Program participants may receive services and leasing assistance for up to 24 months. To be eligible participants must be homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homelessness.
The Phoenix Project features eight one-bedroom permanent supportive housing apartments for singles. Individuals must be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, low income and have a disability. The primary target population is ex-offenders who are re-entering society and who are in recovery for substance abuse/alcohol dependency.
The Homeless to Homebuyer program provides an opportunity for individual and families who are low income and who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless to become homeowners. Selection is based on desirability to live in the home and community as well as demonstrated potential for home ownership.
Individualized supportive services are provided to participants in our housing programs. These services are customized to address barriers and needs to help the participant and household reach housing stability and self-sufficiency. Case managers conduct home visits weekly to monthly and provide monthly group training and counseling programs.

HUD Permanent Supportive Housing

The Permanent Supportive Housing program offers participants a wide array of services and leasing assistance for one, two and three-bedroom houses and apartments that are scattered throughout the service area. To be eligible participants must be homeless and at least one member of the household must have a disability.

HUD Rapid Rehousing

The Rapid Rehousing program provides short-term rental and move in assistance with supportive services to help with long-term housing stability. To be eligible participants must be homeless and need only short-term assistance to quickly exit homelessness.

HUD Transitional Housing

The Transitional Housing program provides services and leasing assistance to help households move on to and maintain permanent housing. Program participants may receive services and leasing assistance for up to 24 months. To be eligible participants must be homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homelessness.

Phoenix Project

The Phoenix Project features eight one-bedroom permanent supportive housing apartments for singles. Individuals must be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, low income and have a disability. The primary target population is ex-offenders who are re-entering society and who are in recovery for substance abuse/alcohol dependency.

Homeless to Homebuyer

The Homeless to Homebuyer program provides an opportunity for individuals and families who are low income and who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless to become homeowners. Selection is based on desirability to live in the home and community as well as demonstrated potential for home ownership.

Supportive Services

Individualized supportive services are provided to participants in our housing programs. These services are customized to address barriers and needs to help the participant and household reach housing stability and self-sufficiency. Case managers conduct home visits weekly to monthly and provide monthly group training and counseling programs.

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