Our residential programs help move individuals and families toward greater independence and self-reliance.
ShelterCare’s three primary programs are:
- Emergency Services for homeless families with children
- Mental Health Services for individuals with severe psychiatric disabilities
- Brain Injury Services that supports skills training focused on recovery and independent living
Programs for families with children who are homeless or at risk of homelessness:
- Emergency Shelter and Support provides support and housing in community residential settings
- Transitional Housing Services provides ongoing staff support after families leave shelter and/or reestablish housing in the community.
- Homelessness Prevention Program keeps families from losing their housing and becoming homeless by providing small amounts of financial assistance coupled with one-on-one support and training.
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Programs for adults with psychiatric disabilities.
- Supported Community Housing Program provides support and housing in community residential settings, including supported employment.
- Crisis Management and Intensive Care programs provide varying levels of support and housing needed during a mental health crisis.
- Services for the Homeless programs provide varying levels of care for indigent, homeless individuals who have a severe and persistent mental illness.
- Supported Employment services are available through our Supported Employment and Peer Advocate Programs.
BRAIN INJURY SERVICES
Residential and support services for survivors of acquired brain injury
The Uhlhorn Program serves low income individuals who have survived a brain injury (BI or closed head injury) and are regaining the skills necessary for independent living.
- Uhlhorn Apartments is home to the program and offers residents more intensive services and training.
- River Kourt Apartments provide a longer term residence option.