It is estimated that 67% of the homeless population are adult individuals. To address this, the majority of Depaul USA programs are oriented to homeless adults.
Project More and Project Plus – St. Louis
Project More/Plus are permanent supportive scattered site housing programs. All clients have a major mental illness, and many have one or more behavioral health and/or chronic health issues. The participants are housed in one-bedroom apartments throughout St. Louis and rent is paid directly by Depaul USA. These two programs were among the highest ranked scattered sites programs in the St. Louis Continuum of Care for the Homeless initiative.
– New Orleans
Rapid Re-housing for Chronically Homeless Individuals (RRCHI) moves individuals from the streets and into their own apartments and provides them with supportive services to maintain their housing. Depaul USA works closely with the housed clients for up to 24 months and then transitions them to independence and permanent supportive housing.
Coming Home – New Orleans
Coming Home quickly connects clients to permanent housing without any preconditions or barriers to entry. Clients were living on the streets, in shelters, or abandoned buildings for over a year now live in apartments throughout Orleans and Jefferson parishes. All clients see a primary care physician, have mental health evaluations, and connect with other social service organizations.
Depaul House – Philadelphia
Depaul USA’s first program, Depaul House, is a 27-room recovery house for men in Philadelphia. All referrals originate with the Philadelphia Office of Addiction Services (OAS). This program is innovative in its employment-focused approach to help men move out of homelessness. It seeks to achieve systemic change: breaking the cycle of poverty by working with people who are living on the margins and integrating them into the community.
For more information contact Shahid Guyton at firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Raymond’s – Philadelphia
Depaul USA opened St. Raymond’s House in 2015 to provide supportive housing for 27 men and women with chronic medical conditions and a history of housing instability. Staff work with residents to identify goals that will help them maintain their tenancy. St. Raymond’s House, is located in the East Mount Airy neighborhood and hosts an on-site medical clinic one day per week staffed by students from Drexel University College of Medicine.
For more information contact Brandon Doll at email@example.com
Rapid Rehousing – Philadelphia
Provides 12 months of rental assistance through scattered-site units with short-term subsidies and case management assistance. Depaul USA houses 25-35 men, women, and families per year in scattered-site units throughout Philadelphia and helps individuals gain employment and maintain their housing.
For more information contact Sherron Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jericho Way Day Resource Center – Little Rock
Depaul USA Jericho Way is the only day resource center in Central Arkansas. Every weekday in Little Rock, an average of 150 homeless men and women visit Jericho Way to receive services that help them overcome the immediate crisis of homelessness.
Daybreak Day Resource Center – Macon
Every weekday in Macon, an average of 100 homeless men and women visit Depaul USA Daybreak to receive services that help them overcome the immediate crisis of homelessness. These services include: