Established in 1976, the Supported Independent Living (SIL) program offers a comprehensive range of services through three distinct components: transitional housing, permanent housing and case management.
The Case Management Program offers assessment and evaluation, plan development, placement services, emergency intervention, advocacy, and assistance in daily living skills. Approximately 150 clients are presently served in the SIL program.
The Transitional Satellite Housing Program serves as a bridge between highly structured residential treatment programs and independent living. Our satellite houses provide small communities where residents receive counseling, drug education, independent living skills training and advocacy services.
The Permanent Supported Housing Program provides long-term homes and treatment for adults who are mentally disabled substance abusers and at risk of homelessness.