Supported Employment and Housing

The Supported Employment and Housing program is designed to identify and develop job opportunities while helping clients obtain employment. We believe that individuals diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness have the right to work and are capable of securing and maintaining employment and housing.

Supported Employment:

  • Teach job skills

  • Job placement

  • Resume development and interview skills

  • Connecting clients to community resources

  • Benefits reporting

Supported Housing:

  • Assistance with housing opportunities

  • Support in navigating HUD and other community resources

  • Emergency apartments