There is a clear link between having a place to call home in a community and being healthy and well.
The Jewish Board offers an array of adult supportive housing for adults living with mental illness, in accordance with our mission that everyone should have the opportunity to realize their potential and lead an independent life.
In supportive housing, adults rent affordable apartments and have access to the help they need to stay housed and healthy via on-site access to a network of professionals to help them navigate the challenges that they face.
Supportive housing is one of the most effective programs to help individuals and families coping with mental illness, trauma/abuse, and addiction. We offer the following adult residential services:
Apartment programs that provide permanent and transitional housing for adults living with mental illness. Residents are employed, participate in educational activities and have access to services.
Community Residences/Single Room Occupancy (SRO)
For individuals living with psychiatric disabilities. Residents have access to rehabilitative services.
Intensive Supported Apartment Program (ISAPS)
Medicaid billable housing that focus on restorative services
The Jewish Board offers housing for:
- Young adults leaving foster care
- Adults transitioning from hospital care
- Adults transitioning from Community Residences or ISAPs