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Adult Housing Programs

Housing  services  provided  through  Citrus  are  for  adults  and  families  with  a disability, often due to a chronic mental illness or a co-occurring disorder, victims of domestic violence, People Living with HIV/AIDS, veterans, and the chronically homeless.    

Emergency and Transitional Housing services are available for homeless individuals with mental illness in need of shelter and rehabilitation.  Typically, these clients are hesitant to enter a more structured treatment program, or are in the criminal justice system and are receiving additional individualized support services to reduce their risk of re-arrest.   Emergency and Transitional Housing services are also available for young adults aging out of foster care who are in need of behavioral health services.   

Citrus also offers Permanent Supportive Housing services for individuals and families with a disability (as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development), veterans, and for the chronically homeless.  Clients are provided with housing in apartments at specific sites or with rental assistance in an apartment of their choice in the community.  The goal of these programs is for the client to achieve independent living through stable housing and additional individualized support services such as case management and psychiatric treatment.