Positive Living & Understanding Self-Sufficiency

The PLUS Program for homeless, chemically dependent women assists participants with transitional housing, essential supportive services, life skills training, workforce development, and addiction recovery services leading to self-sufficiency, family reunification, and permanent housing. Program participants must be very low to low income and homeless at the time of intake. The PLUS program, which includes personalized intensive case management, serves as a conduit whereby women suffering with addiction issues can receive the necessary support, basic needs, and life skills training to overcome past failures and obstacles which can include, but are not be limited to, family dysfunction, children in foster care, unemployment, lack of education, and receipt of medical and dental services while enrolled in our program.

There are admission criteria that one must meet in order to participate in the programs and services we offer.

Please review the following list to see if you or someone you know are eligible.

  • 18 years or older
  • Homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless
  • In recovery and shows initiative towards the recovery process
  • Willingness to commit to actively participate in program components

If you are interested in and qualify for the transitional living program, please fill out and submit our intake form.

Recovery Program Intake Form
If You get accepted

Other Services

We provide both transitional and permanent housing for individuals and families in need who meet the criteria to participate. Our housing programs provide much stability for those we serve.

We help those we serve through individual case management based in problem identification, goal setting, and achievement of goals. No two people are identical; our staff caters to individuals’ specific needs.

Due to the instability generally associated with persons and families who are homeless, program participants often need to relearn basic life skills, such as cooking, cleaning, financial management, hygiene, and personal responsibility.

It is not necessarily the amount of money that determines one’s financial stability, rather, it is responsible management of the resources available. We offer classes and material to help our clients learn to budget and spend their money appropriately according to their circumstance.

Offering in-house counseling from a trained professional is one of the many services we can provide our residents.
We want to do all we can to help our clients become equipped to be productive members of society and enjoy what they do. Providing opportunities for them to learn job skills, obtain employment, and keep employment is something we believe is important.
Each resident is obligated to attend on and off-site support group meetings on a daily basis. Residents must also select a support group sponsor (mentor) of their choice to work with in learning the 12 Step Process.

We are strong supporters of family and strive to do all we can to foster loving and meaningful relationships between the individuals we serve and their family members. We also walk with people through any court related circumstances that revolve around a person and his or her family.

Your donation furthers our mission to help people in our community obtain some resources that will help them out of their difficult circumstances.