gateways housingOur Goal: To empower individuals and young adults with skills and resources necessary to achieve independence and success, including:

  • Stable Housing
  • Hard and Soft Skills
  • Community Living
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Alternatives to Hospitalization
Gateways Programs:

Supervised Community Residence
A transitional, rehabilitative group home for adults who have been diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI). This program teaches skills, offers support, and helps residents to achieve the highest level of independence possible. This residence is a single-site facility, with private or shared bedrooms for 14 individuals. Three meals a day are provided, as well as on-site rehabilitative services and 24-hour staff coverage. This level of housing is appropriate for individuals who need rehabilitative services in a non-hospital setting prior to placement in more permanent community-based housing.

Treatment Apartments
A transitional, rehabilitative residential apartment setting that provides a high level of support and skills training in an apartment setting for adults diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI). This licensed program is designed to be transitional and usually two to three residents will occupy an apartment. Bedrooms are private. Residents gain skills & independence, learn to use community programs and develop a community support system of friends and family. Treatment Apartment sites are scattered-site rental units in the community. Staff work on-site with each resident, providing rehabilitative services & supportive services designed to improve an individual’s skills and ability to live as independently as possible in the community prior to more permanent community-based housing.

Gateways Father & DaughterSupported Housing
A long-term to permanent housing program for adults with serious and persistent mental illnesses (SPMI). It is targeted to individuals who are capable of living independently in the community and who are capable of taking care of their personal needs, with some case management support. The level of case management support can change as an individual’s ability to live independently in the community changes.

Homeless Housing
(Shelter Plus Care and Homeless Supportive Housing)
A long term to permanent housing program designed to link rental assistance to supportive services for hard-to-reach homeless persons who have been diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness; have chronic problems with alcohol, drugs, or both; or who have HIV/AIDS related diseases. This program is targeted to individuals who are capable of living independently in the community and who are capable of taking care of their personal needs, with some case management support. The level of case management support can change as an individual’s ability to live independently in the community changes.