PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING
Based on a nationally successful model, Shelter Plus Care, the Permanent Supportive Housing program helps chronically homeless individuals and families move into and maintain permanent housing. After clients are housed in safe, affordable community-based housing, they receive supportive services such as case management, employment training, and behavioral health services that will assist them in achieving their goals.
Here are some stories of success from people whose lives were changed thanks to the support they received through Union Mission’s Permanent Supportive Housing program:
PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING LOCATIONS
DUTCHTOWN CAMPUS APARTMENTS
Dutchtown Campus Apartments, located on Middleground Road, provides apartment-style permanent supportive housing to 48 formerly homeless families. Families hold the lease in their own name and are expected to comply with the terms of their tenancy. All residents have access to supportive services designed to meet their unique needs.
THE BEN AND BETTYE BARNES CENTER
The Ben and Bettye Barnes Center provides permanent supportive housing for up to 16 single women living with disabilities. Program tenants receive supportive services such as case management and community resource referrals.
EVERYONE NEEDS A PLACE TO CALL HOME
Your support of Union Mission means safe, stable housing and supportive services for chronically homeless individuals and families. Give today to ensure a helping hand remains available for those still looking for a safe place to live.