Housing Connections

“Housing Connections” provides 19 supportive housing units, comprised of four (4) one-bedroom apartments, ten (10) two-bedroom apartments, four (4) three-bedroom apartments, and one (1) four-bedroom apartment. The program prioritizes homeless youth ages 18-25 years old; formerly incarcerated (non-violent offenders); survivors of domestic violence; people with an intellectual or developmental disability; chronically homeless; and disabled military veterans who have an unmet housing need. Supportive services include: rental assistance, trauma informed assessments and case management, adult literacy, parent education, child care, job readiness training, digital literacy training, financial literacy, housing education, referrals to substance abuse and mental health counseling, benefit advocacy, life skills training, and transportation. The program offers free onsite laundry, free garbage removal, onsite parking and a playground for children to play safely in the neighborhood.