The 90-Day Program
The Hospitality House shelter program is an intense 90 day program plan that allows our clients to have a Home while they work to overcome their temporary homelessness. Basic services include shelter, meals, and case management to assess needs, remove barriers, and assist in securing stable housing. Residents are referred to a number of services, including health care, day services, employment, treatment for mental health or substance abuse services, counseling, assistance with acquiring clothing and furnishings, and services specific to their case plan.
Once a week residents are provided with programming in areas such as life skills, money management, resume writing, vocational opportunities and health and diet skills. Shelter, meals, case management, and access to a visiting nurse are provided on-site. Case Managers help residents determine their needs and assist them to make calls, making referrals, providing assistance with transportation to and from off-site services, and helping residents to navigate the process of moving from homelessness to self-sufficiency. A three month stability plan is followed and clients are helped gain independence each step of their journey.
Women may reside for up to 90 days at the shelter, though this may be extended depending on individual circumstances and case plans recommended by case managers who may be working with the resident on a range of issues to removing barriers to reestablishing stable housing.
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