Permanent Supportive Housing & Intensive Case Management Programs to Serve the Chronically Homeless
Permanent Supportive Housing
Our two Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) programs, Heroes Haven and Healing Haven, are designed specifically for the chronically homeless. Each provide housing subsidies while surrounding clients with supportive services through case management. Staff assist with developing independent living skills, accessing other available social services, and applications for employment and healthcare.
Originating in 2015, Heroes Haven provides housing vouchers for chronically homeless veterans with disabilities.
Since 2017, Healing Haven has provided housing vouchers for chronically homeless individuals and families with disabilities.
Intensive Case Management
Our two intensive case management programs promote housing stability for clients who have recently transitioned out of homelessness. Clients receive case management services to obtain and maintain independent housing, referrals to services to address crises and assistance with accessing resources such as food and transportation. Home visits and services are person-centered to meet the needs of each individual client and can continue up to 12 months after exit from shelter.
Intensive Veteran Case Management
ARCH works with the Veteran's Affairs in Salem to help newly housed veterans to ensure they exit the cycle of homelessness through the VA's Grant per Diem (GPD) programming.
New Beginnings began in 2013 and is for our non-veteran clients to ensure they exit the cycle of homelessness and remain housed.