Hope House is a long-term supportive housing program for, previously chronically homeless men, with severe mental illness, substance use disorder and co-occurring disorders.
Hope House program includes on-site and off-site mental health treatment, substance use treatment, primary health care, case management, vocational, employment, life skills, money management, and other support services.
Individuals were linked and received mental health treatment
served was uninsured
Chronically homeless men and women received treatment and medications
Chronically homeless men and women received an annual wellness exam for the first time in over 10+ years
Chronically homeless men and women were engaged and housed
remained housed and stabilized
Received entitlement benefits through SOARS applications
Chronically homeless men and women were assisted with food benefits applications, obtaining documents for identifications, and assistance with SOARS applications
Received food stamps benefits
Received identification and social security card