We believe that there is not one way to end up homeless and therefore not one way to end it. We want to walk alongside you to identify your barriers and help you into a program that best fits your needs to be successful, long term.
The Step-Up Recovery program is designed for men and women whose primary barrier to permanent housing and employment is substance abuse. This program is a minimum 90-day program with intensive case management and recovery. The goal of this program is to provide the tools needed for success in maintaining sobriety and moving toward finding employment and housing.
The Pilgrimage Program is for chronically homeless male and female guests who have physical or medical limitations, and are currently receiving Social Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability (SSD). Advocates work with guests in obtaining a payee, locating housing resources, and finding aid for their specific needs. Guests participate in chores, classes, weekly meetings and other activities that build community within the Mission and outside.
Aftercare is put in place for any guest moving into transitional housing. It is also an option for any guest who graduated a program and has moved into permanent or permanent supportive housing. Aftercare helps guests to maintain their housing, make connections in their neighborhood and community, maintain sobriety if needed, and creates a safety net, so they don't return to homelessness.
If you have any questions about our programs & services or want to know more please or call us at 616-454-8249.