Prevention and Early Intervention Services
Preventing and Intervening early in the development of emotional and behavioral issues that could lead to homelessness by:
Providing outcome based personal strategies
Mental health promotion and outreach
Classroom wide social skills training
Short term therapeutic services to support those who may be experiencing distress caused by trauma or other risk factors
Employment and vocational services
Services to assist individuals, couples, and families who have previously been unable to succeed in traditional employment and in local job markets.
System of care
Specialty programs meant to provide guidance, linkage, and consultation assistance to households whose needs span those outside traditional services. Current services are envisions to include, but not be limited to Veterans, Transitional Age Youth (TAY), Older Adult (OA) services, and LGBTQI+ services.
Community Crisis Response Teams
Provides mobile, community based 24 hour/7 days/365 urgent screening, assessment, access to medical, housing, and homeless services to address the needs of those in crisis either in the field or in a safe, efficient, trauma-informed, and least restrictive setting.
Community Housing Services
Three levels of supportive housing: emergency shelter, transitional housing, and supportive permanent rental housing. Through a structured case management program, residents develop self-sufficient plans that prepare them to progress from one housing level to another.
24hr Care and wraparound services
Intensive services with the goal of maintaining households in their home and community focusing on people who would otherwise be placed in out-of-home care settings (residential treatment programs, group homes, or short term residential therapeutic programs) by bringing together a unique team comprised of professionals who know and care about the household.