At each of our three group homes, individuals with chronic mental illness receive the support they need to learn the skills necessary to be successfully employed or live on their own. These are individuals who typically have been institutionalized or homeless prior to their referral to a group home. Each home is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
We are proud that CARF, an internationally recognized accreditor of health and human service providers, has accredited us for our group home services.
Supportive Apartment Living
We own eight apartment buildings that provide permanent and affordable housing to low-income workers and others with chronic mental illness, as well as low-income retirees. With a federal subsidy from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, tenants set aside one-third of their income as rent to live in these quality apartments.
Each building has an on-site property manager. The manager resides in one of the units in order to provide support to our tenants so they continue to live independently in the community as a good neighbor.
Today we have 74 apartment units in Madison and surrounding areas.