• Room and board
  • Comfortable, caring, family environment
  • Life skills education
  • Drug and alcohol counseling
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Placement for schools, colleges or GED classes
  • Job readiness and volunteer placement
  • Assistance in obtaining support services such as social security disability benefits, food stamps, and Medicaid
  • Coordination of grief counseling for terminal patients and for residents when death occurs
  • Coordination with numerous physicians and health care providers regarding resident treatment and hospitalizations, mental health counseling, addiction therapy, and other health related issues.
  • Transportation to medical and mental health appointments, work and school.
  • Outreach and prevention program to reach high risk people and to reduce the spread of the HIV virus.