Supportive Housing is formerly known as Healthy Homes
Our goalsare to increase access to behavioral health, housing support, peer and other recovery oriented services for chronically homeless individuals living with a Severe Mental Illness (SMI), a Substance Use Disorder (SUD), or Co-Occurring Disorder (COD). Supportive Housing works closelywith The Life Link's PATH Program and CCSS Treat First team to identify vulnerable and chronically homeless individuals and families entering our system of care. This process begins with a CCSS Community Support Worker (CSW) working alongside people and their care teams to obtain a Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) voucher and agreement to participate in Supportive Housing services.
If you would like to know more about Supportive Housing, please contact Jennifer Haley, LCSW at 438-0010 ext. 47 or 395-2501.