Permanent Supportive Housing
Volunteers of America's permanent supportive housing programs offer a combination of permanent community-based housing and ongoing supportive services to the economically disadvantaged, the homeless, the disabled (primarily persons who are seriously mentally ill, have chronic problems with alcohol, drugs, or both, or have AIDS and related diseases) and the families of such persons.
Permanent supportive housing programs include: Nova House; Omega Project; and the soon-to-open North Highlands Living Center.
Clients of Nova House and the Omega Project are provided housing, as well as long-term living skills training, education and support as they work to improve their quality of life.
At the North Highlands Living Center, which is scheduled to open in November 2011, 14 disabled single adults will receive onsite support.
Nova House provides living skills training and educational services for disabled homeless men and women working to improve their quality of life.
Omega Project, a long-term housing program for disabled men and women working to improve their quality of life (including those with children), provides living skills training and educational services.