Adams Street Living Center
Adams Street Living Center provides transitional housing in a supervised environment for people experiencing a serious mental illness who are also homeless. The program assists men and women in learning skills and obtaining the resources needed to move back into the community. The average length of stay is 3-4 months.
The facility provides on-site case management and educational groups. Group topics include managing anxiety, communication skills, and Illness Management and Recovery. The goal of these skills groups is to assist individuals in preparing for independent living. Residents also have access to other agency services such as Supported Employment to help them gain the resources needed for community living.
*Partial funding for ASLC is provided by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Frontiers West Apartments
This HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development) subsidized complex includes 11 self-contained apartments with a common hallway and entranceway that attaches to the units. Residents receive periodic contact by outpatient case managers who monitor the individual’s ability to live independently.