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Transitional Housing


The following agencies offer transitional housing to assistance individuals with disabilities and seniors, who are financially needy, to transition to permanent housing.



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The Arc of Delaware

(302) 996-9400
  www.thearcofdelaware.org/

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The ARC uses systems advocacy and direct services to help ensure that individuals with disabilities can live, work, go to school and enjoy leisure activities within the community of their choice.

  • The ARC of Delaware Housing Center can help you find the information you need to make the right choice.
  • Provides a link called the affordable and accessible housing located on the “services for renters” page.
  • Individuals can apply for assisted rental housing and seek information on housing choice vouchers.
  • There are Independent Residential Options, Supervised Residential Options, as well as Housing Support Programs.

Choices for Community Living

(302) 677-1375x101
  www.ccldelaware.org/

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Choices for Community Living provides Residential programs offering fine homes in pleasant neighborhoods located in all three Delaware counties.

  • Offers homes in pleasant neighborhoods located in all three Delaware counties.
  • Apartment living may offer a pool or gym and an active community close at hand.
  • Homes feature generous individual bedrooms, with plenty of well decorated living space.

Connections

Main Number (302) 230-9116 or Intake Number (866) 477-5345
  www.connectionscsp.org/

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Connections provides a comprehensive array of affordable and accessible primary medical, mental health, and substance abuse treatment, employment, and housing opportunities to help them become accepted and productive members of their communities.

  • Provides housing for people with special needs.
  • Provides community housing for people who are recovering from substance conditions.
  • Short and long-term transitional housing for people who are homeless

Elwyn

(302) 657-5589
  www.elwyn.org

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Elwyn offers residential services and supports for daily living for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. These homes offer special support to people who have Prader-Willi Syndrome, a medically fragile condition which requires closer supervision.

  • Their specialized program provides quality residential services specifically geared to meet the unique and challenging needs of adults with PWS.
  • Each community based home serves four adults diagnosed with PWS and features a secure kitchen, food storage, in-home exercise equipment, individual bedrooms, access to a registered nurse,
  • Consultation from a nutritionist and physical trainer to ensure weight management.
  • Individualized day programs and community based activities
  • 4:2 client to staff ratio

Horizon House

(302) 655-7108
  www.hhinc.org/

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Horizon House in partnership with individuals with disabilities and their families advocates and provides comprehensive, community-based services.

  • Provides closing assistance and support for families.
  • The CCCP approach allows the individuals to remain with one service system in which all services are provided by the same staff.
  • 24/7 crisis response, full-time psychiatrists on staff.

NAMI of Delaware

(302) 427-0787x12
  www.namide.org

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NAMI housing consists of three to four bedroom scattered site neighborhood homes. One and two bedroom apartment units and several 24hr. supervised group homes.

  • The homes are licensed by the state and managed by the staff of a service provider who has a contact with the state Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health.
  • Persons living in the properties have their own private bedroom and share the common areas of the house or apartment with others.
  • Residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent and utility costs.
  • Residents of the supervised group homes live with six to seven other residents.

Mosaic

(302) 456-5995x15
  www.mosaicinfo.org

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Mosaic provide services including community home, supported apartment living, and training of personnel from other Division of Development Disabilities Services provided agencies.

  • Provides community homes and supported apartment living.
  • Licensed to serve approximately 70 persons in numerous community homes and apartments of five persons or less in New Castle County.
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