OMH supported housing
OMH supported housing is a housing program, licensed under New York State Office of Mental Health, that provides temporary rental assistance and furnishings in conjunction with case management services to individuals who have a primary diagnosis of serious mental illness and experience substantial impairment in functioning. The goal of the program is to aide individuals in securing and maintaining long-term/permanent, safe, decent and affordable housing. The supported housing approach is intended to foster integration into the existing community services system, including employment support, mental health and substance abuse treatment and transportation assistance.
How to apply:
Please submit a Franklin County SPOA (Single Point of Access) referral. The SPOA is designed to coordinate the broad ranges of mental health services available locally to ensure the right service is connected to the right children and their families at the right time. Once completed, the referral is returned to the individual listed in the actual application.
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