The goal of the Hope Network is to provide the wraparound support to participants, who have a housing voucher through Arizona Behavioral Health Corporation, in maintaining housing self-sufficiency over the course of the program (one year) through interventions focused on evidence-based treatment, wellness and recovery. All practices were selected to harmonize with the overall project goals of housing stability and self-sufficiency, and share the common theme of highly individualized and flexible approaches that assist persons who are considered chronically homeless, in obtaining and maintaining their housing. All models embrace a stage of change using a recovery approach to working with individuals who are homeless and may have co-occurring disorders. The heart of the program is the Hope team, a specialized services delivery team blending Behavioral Health Professionals, Benefit Specialists and Recovery Coaches who have experience in homelessness and mental health/substance abuse services. This team works to improve access, coordination and engagement in services in partnership with the Clinical Team and whomever the person chooses. Hope Network helps to provide stable housing and services for 100 adults each year and will serve up to 500 individuals over the course of the five-year program.
For more information contact:
Gary Lenzo, Manager of Hope Network (480) 208-8333 – Gary.firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheryl Anderson, Director of Recovery Support Services (602) 550-0158 – email@example.com