Residential Services

Residential Placement

Stable housing is critical to the recovery process. Coleman helps individuals find temporary and permanent housing to foster independence and build critical skills.

 

Supportive Living

 

Coleman recognizes the direct correlation between housing and wellness. We offer specialized residential group living living design to help people integrate back into everyday life that supports their recovery and provides them a platform of strength on their journey from homelessness.

 

People who benefit from these services come to us from situations that include:

  • Emergency shelters
  • Domestic violence shelters
  • The streets
  • Transitional housing programs for homeleness

 

They often have experienced years of trauma, substance use, abuse and sometimes incarceration.

 

Our group home programs provides the wellness attention with behavioral health clinicians and nurses – as well as the structure of skills learning, chore responsibilities and ongoing therapy. 

 

As dignity is restored, Coleman professionals continue to help clients build upon their progress toward independence with job training, housing assistance and more. 

 

Transitional Aged Youth Apartments

 

Coleman’s youth transitional services assist youth and young adults with emotional and/or behavioral difficulties in their transition to adulthood. 

 

A team of case managers, counselors, a child psychiatrist and vocational rehabilitation providers are specialized in providing services to transitional age youth. They collaborate to help clients achieve greater self-sufficiency through housing support (single unit apartments and housing placement), vocational and employment services, and social/professional skill building. 

 

Apartments

Coleman designed and built two facilities for transition-age youth. They offer stability to young adults ages 18-26 who have been homeless and diagnosed with mental illness or a co-occuring disability. Residents learn daily living activities including cooking, cleaning, leisure and money management, as well as social and communication skills. A house monitor lives onsite to provide support for residents. 

 

Transition to Independence Process (TIP)

The team utilizes the Transition to Independence Process (TIP) to help youth and their families improve their lives during this transition and beyond. The participants receive:

 

  • Vocational assessment, job development and job placement
  • Support and skill building in daily living activities
  • Mentoring and coaching in the areas of self-determination
  • Mentoring in being good citizens and self-advocations
  • Psychiatry, counseling and 24/7 Coleman Access Services

We Can Help – Just Ask

Someone from Coleman will respond to your request within 24 hours. If this is an emergency, please call 9-1-1. If you are in a crisis, call one of Coleman’s crisis hotlines. Find your crisis hotline here