Providing Housing

Dignity provides quality, affordable housing in three housing programs, each specially designed to meet the varying needs of the resident population.

Alicia’s House

A secured, gated transitional housing program for families and individuals experiencing homelessness due to domestic violence. Fourteen (14) units are for households with children, two (2) units for single adults. All apartments in this development are fully furnished and supports focus on Transitioning to Permanent Housing and Healing from Trauma.

Better Options for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS)

A transitional housing program  for families who became homeless due to substance addiction and are in recovery. BOSS provides 8 units of housing for families and offers supportive services to assist them in Transitioning to Permanent Housing and Maintaining Sobriety.

Enhanced Services Project (ESP)

Permanent Supportive Housing for formerly homeless residents with disabilities (or that have an adult or child family member with a disability) including chronic substance abuse, HIV-AIDS, dual diagnoses (substance abuse and mental health) or physical disabilities. Residents receive support with Enhance Independent Living Skills. ESP has 34 scattered-site units for male or female heads of households – 16 for households with children; 18 for single adults. Residents receive support to Enhance Independent Living Skills.

 


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