This multi-service agency has a transitional and supportive housing for homeless adults, and a housing consultation program for adults with a psychiatric disorder.
The Transitional Living Program 18 furnished apartments and is focused on providing women who have experienced chronic homelessness with the skills they need to stop the behaviors which have contributed to their continuing housing instability. Residents can remain in the program for up to two years.
In addition to providing educational and employment support, My Sisters’ Place also helps residents master soft skills such as developing a strong work ethic, life skills, working with others, and successfully managing personal challenges.
The goals and objectives of the program are:
Remaining in permanent housing
Participating in citizenship activities
Increased skill or income
Paying housing expenses
Completing a GED or job training program for a minimum of 12 months and becoming employed
Supportive Housing for low-income individuals and families who were formerly homeless and unable to hold their own lease.
Through the Mary Seymour Place Apartments and Sue Ann Shay Place Apartments, we are able to provide housing and support services for those who meet one or more of the following criteria: low income, living with a mental illness, and/or currently homeless.
Mary Seymour Place Apartments provides single men or women affordable rental apartments. Tenants hold their own leases. There are 30 one-bedroom apartments on-site, as well as voluntary case management and referral/advocacy programs available. sue-ann-shay-apartments. The Sue Anne Shay Place Apartments consist of 34 affordable one, two and three bedroom rental apartments. Tenants hold their own leases. Voluntary case management and referral/advocacy programs are also available on-site.