We believe that housing is an essential human right and are committed of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Permanent Supportive Housing Evidence-Based Practices. We abide by the principle that everyone is “ready” for housing “with the right supports” and strives to provide housing in the easiest way possible for individuals using our services.
Continuum of Care
We are a proud member of the Tucson/Pima Coalition to end Homelessness and the Arizona Balance of State’s Continuums of Care in Cochise, Santa Cruz, Pinal, Graham, and Greenlee Counties, and are committed to ending homelessness in Arizona. Our staff actively participates in continuum committees and the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), which act as part of the community-wide commitment to end homelessness.
Wrap-around services are provided to all of our housing participants. These support services are tailored to the needs and cultural preferences of each participant. Support services can be implemented in a clinical office setting or in the participant’s home.
These support services include:
- Comprehensive needs assessment and personalized goal development
- Case Management
- Life skills training
- Employment support
- Assistance with accessing mainstream benefits, i.e. SSI/SSDI, SNAP, AHCCCS benefits
- SSI/SSDI, Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR) benefits applications
- Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)
- Employment assistance programs
- Coordination of care through other providers
Housing Participants can also get referrals for:
Fully integrated Medical and Behavioral Health Services, including on-site pharmacy,
a comprehensive Health and Wellness program, including physical fitness facilities and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) services.
Through funding from numerous sources, Intermountain Centers, and its subsidiaries, our Community Partnership of Southern Arizona/Community Partners Integrated Healthcare is able to provide rental subsidies and support for over 800 households in Arizona.
If you, or a loved one, are in need of housing and are receiving behavioral health services, please contact your care coordinator (case manager) and request they complete an application for housing through the Arizona Behavioral Health Corporation (ABC Housing).
If you are not receiving behavioral health services, please contact your local homeless shelter to be screened for housing opportunities through HUD’s Continuum of Care programs in your local area.