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Providing permanent housing program for 14 formerly homeless, disabled men.
We serve formerly homeless, disabled men. We want to ensure that men reentering the public will have a safe home to take refuge in, while also being connected with the social, emotional, and physical help they need to function in society successfully.
Who We Serve
Some residents have had the benefit of formal education beyond high school graduation. Others are functionally illiterate.
Some residents may become employed after job-specific training while others may never achieve full time employment due to the severity of their disabilities.
Some residents are veterans, who, after serving our country and living otherwise productive lives for many years, have been afflicted with service related medical and/or mental health issues that render them unable to live independently.
Often men who come to Holden Hall are experiencing issues that make social integration (without support services) difficult or impossible.
We provide our residents with single-room occupancy long-term housing units with shared bath and kitchen facilities. In addition to long-term housing, we provide counseling, life and social skills training, and financial management training. For many of our guests, just having someone care about them is a dramatic improvement from their recent experiences.
- Permanent Housing
- Life & Social Skills Training
- Financial Management Training
- Achieving Independence
- Supporting Men