Treasure Island Supportive Housing
The goal of our Treasure Island Supportive Housing program is to promote the self-sufficiency and independence of formerly homeless families. Clients are supported through an array of services that are designed to help families achieve residential, economic and personal stability. Permanent, subsidized supportive housing is provided to formerly homeless and low-income families where the head of household may have one or more special needs, including mental health challenges, disabling HIV/AIDS, or history of substance abuse.
Supportive services include:
- Case management
- Substance abuse counseling
- Employment training
- Referrals to outside agencies
In addition, Treasure Island Supportive Housing collaborates with other organizations to provide community activities for children and families.