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Supportive Housing & Intensive Supportive Housing
Hunterdon County Phone: (908) 237-2577 • Fax: (908) 237-2580
Sussex County CSS SH Phone: (973) 383-8670 • Fax: (973) 383-8676
Union County SH Phone: (908) 249-4100 • Fax: (973) 860-5166
Union County ISH Phone: (908) 249-4100 • Fax: (973) 860-5166

Community Support Services / Supportive Housing provide services necessary to assist residents achieve mental health rehabilitative and recovery goals across a series of wellness domains including employment, education, housing, physical and mental health. Services begin with the development of an individualized recovery plan through a comprehensive personalized needs assessment. Persons served in this program learn and practice skills in order to achieve community integration and remain living independently in the setting of their choice.

Services Include:

  • Housing Assistance
  • Community Integration based on Natural Supports
  • Restoration of Daily Living Skills
  • Social skills to develop personal and natural support networks
  • Negotiating landlord/neighbor relationships, tenancy law as well as tenancy obligations
  • Wellness and healthy lifestyles
  • Securing and renewing entitlements
  • Career Development (Employment, Volunteer, and Education Readiness)
  • Medication Education / IMR / Advanced Directives

Eligibility Criteria:

  • A mental health diagnosis; may have cooccuring disorder
  • People who express an interest in learning and developing skills to promote community integration and to live independently in their community