About Supportive Housing

The Supportive Housing program helps develop and provide housing and supportive services for individuals moving from homelessness to independent, supportive living. The program helps individuals live in a stable place, increase their skills and income, and gain more control over the decisions that affect their lives.

Who is Eligible?

  • Must qualify for Medicaid
  • Have a medical necessity related to Mental Health, Substance Use Disorder, activities of daily living, or complex physical health needs that prevent you from living independently
  • Meet specific risk factors that prevent you from finding or keeping a safe home
  • Be at least 18 years old

How Will Staff Assist?

  • Conduct Housing assessments and planning to find the home that's right for you
  • Outreach to landlords to identify available housing in your community
  • Connect with community resources to get you all of the help you need, when you need it
  • Educate, train, and coach you to resolve disputes, advocate for your needs, and keep your home

Contact the Adult Social Support Center for more information.