Transitional Housing for persons with Disabilities
Crisis House program provides Transitional Housing and comprehensive support services for single adults with disabilities. Intensive case management and psycho-social assessment determines the individual’s case plan.
Support services include food privileges, counseling, crisis intervention, career exploration, employment development/assistance, General Education Diploma test preparation, transportation, life skill building, conflict resolution, budgeting, alcohol or drug abuse services, referrals to other necessary services and assistance for applying for public assistance. 2, 3 bedroom Apartment Units.
24-Hours/ 7 Days Residential Units
Limited to homeless disabled adult men and women include those recovering from past drug or alcohol addictions and/or mild mental health issues. Must be on the Section 8 waiting list, if eligible. Program goal is to acquire permanent housing with income at exit. Must be willing to work closely with a case manager to set and work toward goals for successful exit.
Able to live in a shared housing environment. If you have your own vehicle must show proof of current, valid California driver’s license and proof of insurance. Must be sober and drug free for more than 6 months. Required drug & TB screening.
Referrals & appointment made through community referral agencies and homeless shelters. A comprehensive screening and assessment process in necessary.
Contact Bridges to Independence Case Manager at:
Homeless Adults recovering from substance abuse and/ or mental health issues.Areas Served: Referrals accepted from throughout San Diego County (Preference given to East Region)