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http://www.aamentalhealth.org/docs/CHES Housing App Part I.pdfhttp://www.aamentalhealth.org/docs/Samaritan Housing.pdfServices for the Homeless
AACMHA supports the Assertive Community Treatment Program and Shelter Plus, which oversee mental health services for the homeless.

Technical Assistance Collaborative: TAC Summary of New HEARTH Homeless Definition
On May 20, 2009, President Obama signed the Homeless Emergency and Rapid Transition to Housing (HEARTH) Act of 2009 into law. The HEARTH Act expands and clarifies the definition of homelessness for the Emergency Solutions Grant and Continuum of Care programs (Supportive Housing Program and Shelter Plus Care) programs. On December 5, 2011, HUD published the Final Rule on the HEARTH Definition of Homeless in the Federal Register. TAC has developed a summary of the new Homeless definition, including a discussion of when the new definition can be used by existing programs.

For more information on HEARTH, visit Homelessness Resource Exchange HEARTH Act information.

For more information about TAC, visit www.tacinc.org.

 

DOWNLOAD HOUSING APPLICATIONS CLICK THE FOLLOWING:

RESIDENTIAL REHABILITATION APPLICATION:  Residential Rehabilitation Program (RRP) provides housing and supportive services to single individuals. The goal of residential rehabilitation is to provide services that will support an individual to transition to independent housing of their choice. Residential Rehabilitation Programs provide staff support around areas of personal needs such as medication monitoring, independent living skills, symptom management, stress management, relapse prevention planning with linkages to employment, education and/or vocational services, crisis prevention and other services that will help with the individual’s recovery.

SUPPORTED HOUSING OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM - Must be approved through ACCESS Housing waitlist.

SHELTER PLUS CARE - Continuum of Care – Formerly Shelter Plus Care - This program provides housing for homeless adults and families who have a serious and persistent mental illness which meets the priority population criteria diagnosis.  This application must be filled out in its entirety in order to be processed.  Call this office with any questions.  Must be approved through ACCESS Housing waitlist. 

SAMARITAN HOUSING PROGRAM - This housing program is for chronically homeless single adults who have a serious and persistent mental health diagnosis which meets the priority population diagnosis criteria.  An applicant must be able to show four episodes of homelessness in the past three years or one year of continuous homelessness. Must be approved through ACCESS Housing waitlist.

CHES HOUSING APPLICATION PART 1 CLICK HERE.

 

 

 

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