Permanent Supportive Housing
Our permanent supportive housing programs provide permanent subsidized housing to homeless families in which at least one parent has a diagnosed substance use disorder or disability and to individuals with disabilities. We provide support and referral services to aid in recovery and transition the family into their own permanent housing.
Clients must be employed or become employed within 30 days of entry into the program and actively work a recovery or relapse-prevention program. In addition, they must meet with a case worker bi-monthly, attend at least one life-skills or related class per month and contribute a minimum of 5 percent of their income to a self-directed savings plan.
To help our clients recover and gain independence, we provide on-site life-skills classes, case management and transportation to appointments and interviews. And, we empower our clients by teaching them how to advocate for themselves, set their own goals and build the resources to reach those goals. They pay reduced rent.
For more information about our permanent supportive housing contact:
Cottonwood: Margaret Stein 928.634.4254 ext. 54122 or email@example.com
Flagstaff: Sandra Flores 928.774.9125 ext. 53049 or firstname.lastname@example.org