Our housing programs help our clients get back on their feet by assisting with temporary and permanent housing. The ultimate goal is getting the client into permanent housing. The housing programs include:

  • Permanent Supportive Housing: Individual apartments for homeless people with disabilities and their families.
  • Abode Permanent Housing: A group home for the chronically homeless.
  • Rapid Rehousing: Subsidized rent to help individuals, families and veterans stabilize after becoming homeless.
  • Sue’s House: A group residence for up to four chronically homeless women.
  • Veterans Housing: Ongoing rental assistance and supportive services for Veterans at a 20-unit complex. Assistance available to homeless vets for security deposit, first month’s rent, homeless prevention, and utility assistance.
  • Linkages: Permanent supportive housing voucher program for persons with severe mental illness who are homeless or precariously housed. MVCH partners with La Clinica de Familia and St. Luke’s Health Care Clinic to provide supportive services.
  • Keeping Families Together: A pilot program with the State’s Children, Youth and Families Department providing permanent supportive housing and case management to families with a history of abuse or neglect who are experiencing homelessness.
  • Homeless Prevention: Assistance to help individuals, families and veterans who are at risk of becoming homeless.
  • New Home Set-ups as available for those in housing program:
    • Furniture
    • Household goods
    • Miscellaneous supplies
  • Camp Hope is a tent city for the homeless located on the Community of Hope campus which provides a safe place for homeless residents to stay while they transition to housing. Campground amenities include full service bathroom, kitchen and 3-sided structures on 50 tent pad sites. For more information, follow these links: