LIVES HANGING IN THE BALANCE


Potential Model of Services for Development and Implementation 

                                                                                         

Transitional Housing  House Individuals with suffering from HIV/AIDS     Mental Health and Drug Abuse  Provide Targeted Case Management  Educate  Empower


Overview of Programs

 Adult Day Care/Health  Transitional Housing  Personal Care Homes  Family Shelters  Targeted Case Management  Group Homes  International Initiatives


Adult Day Health

 Community based social/medically oriented day program for older adults who are functionally and/or developmentally impaired. 

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Transitional Housing Substance Abuse 

Provide a healing environment to homeless individuals seeking to find the courage to recover from alcoholism, drug addiction and other compulsive diseases. Residents participate in coordinated outreach, intake, referral and case management systems.


Transitional Housing Homeless and/or Re-entry 

Full-service, one-stop program providing a holistic approach to the homeless and/or re-entry residents . A comprehensive collection of services are provided; including job/skill training program, housing and case management. Re-entry is the process of leaving prison and returning to society.


Family Shelter

Families participate in coordinated outreach, intake, referral and case management systems within the continuum of care in order to provide appropriate housing and supportive services to better enable them to achieve success and end their homelessness.


Targeted Case Management

To assist those individuals targeted at risk in gaining access to needed medical, nutritional, social, educational, transportation, housing and other services to encourage the use of various community resources through referral to appropriate providers.


Food/Clothing Program

Provide subsistence and vouchers for economically disadvantaged families/individuals, and the homeless.

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Life Skills Development Vocational Rehabilitation 

Assist young adults in: Leadership, Decision Making, Academics, Entrepreneurship,

Financial Readiness, Business Development, and Life Planning.


Community Outpatient Drug Rehabilitation 

Program that provide long-term abstinence from drugs and alcohol through such approaches as problemsolving groups, Biblical principal, and 12step programs


Economically Disadvantage Housing Enrichment Program

Adult Programs (GED classes, Mothers night out, and parenting classes); Summer Camp (Weekly Themes: i.e. drug prevention and awareness, arts and culture, etc). After School Program (Home work assistance, educational recreation)


International Initiatives

Establish as a Private Volunteer Organization (PVO) to become eligible for funding through USAID, DHHS and/or CDC for identified countries. Programs can include: HIV/AIDS Voluntary Testing & Counseling, Prevention/Education, Palliative Care, Micro Enterprises, Capacity Building and Economic Development


Additional programmatic models developed and implemented based on organizational needs.

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