The New Beginnings Program is funded by a grant from the substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and permanent housing funded by a grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
New Beginnings – Dual Diagnosis Outpatient Program
(2) Substance Abuse Education
(3) Basic Living Skills
(4) Access to Support Groups (AA, NA, Alanon)
(5) Self-Sufficiency Skills
(6) Treatment of Mental Illness related issues
(7) Referrals for chronic health problems
(8) Placement in a permanent housing situation as they are available
(9) Referral to an In-Patient Substance Abuse Treatment when appropriate
(10) Optional Health and Wellness Fitness
Individuals enrolled in the program must:
(1) Be 18 years of age or older
(2) Have a diagnosed substance abuse dependence and mental illness and/or chronic health problems
(3) Meet the criteria for homelessness
(4) Be able to interact in a group setting
(5) Agree to complete program requirements
All treatment in the New Beginnings Program is provided at no cost to the client. Permanent housing residents are expected to pay rent which is determined on a sliding fee scale based upon income.
Program Staff members consists of three counselors, two case managers, and one self-sufficiency coach.
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