The Homeless Project is an outpatient Mental Health treatment program providing services to individuals who are homeless, have no insurance, and have a major mental illness. The purpose of the Homeless Project is to provide clinical assessment, supportive services, and to concentrate on stabilizing each person’s level of functioning.
The Homeless Project provides outreach, case management, psychiatric/ medication management, and supportive services through a Federal Grant. The Homeless Project team includes a Program Supervisor, two case managers, a prescribing Psychiatrist/ARNP and a secretary. Hours of operation are 8am-5pm Monday thru Friday. Our program helps participants to achieve their goals by giving them the psychiatric support they need.