This facility was created to provide safe, permanent housing for single men and women with mental illness, drug addiction, and homelessness. Residents are cared for and protected, connected with mental health counseling and psychiatric services, and encouraged to access all of the supportive services of the organization. Caseworkers assist the residents in complying with their medication so that they might become increasingly stable and support them in transitioning back into the community.
A major component of the Safe Haven program is life skills training. Residents learn how to manage a budget, maintain their rooms and living spaces, cook meals, fill their medications, and other skills necessary for developing self-sufficiency. The goal of life skills training for our residents is to prepare them to reintegrate into the community, whether into subsidized housing programs, foster homes, or independent living spaces.
1208 Myrtle Ave
El Paso, 79901, TX
Accessible Location: No
|Type of Organization
|Housing, Job Coaching/Support, Mental Health, Social Media, Training, Transportation, Volunteer Opportunity, Other
|Services offered in Spanish?
|Child Care Available?
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|Is this a statewide service?