If you are in need of permanent supportive housing, we provide permanent subsidized housing to homeless families in which ...

  • At least one parent has a diagnosed substance use disorder or disability
  • For individuals with disabilities

We provide you with support and referral services to aid in recovery and transition your family into their own permanent housing. You will pay reduced rent. You 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, you must ...

  • Meet with a case worker bi-monthly
  • Attend at least one life-skills or related class per month
  • Contribute a minimum of 5 percent of your income to a self-directed savings plan

To help you recover and gain independence, we provide on-site life-skills classes, case management and transportation to appointments and interviews.

You will also be empowered to  ...

  • Advocate for yourself
  • Set your own goals
  • Build the resources to reach your goals

For more information, please contact:

Sandra Flores

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928-774-9125 ext. 53049

Catholic Charities is committed to making reasonable accommodations to the special needs of individuals with disabilities meeting the eligibility requirements of all versions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) so these persons have access to available employment opportunities and services. To contact us if you are deaf or hard of hearing, please dial 7-1-1 to access the free telecommunications relay service.