Supportive Housing and Transitional Services

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING AND TRANSITIONAL SERVICES

Director: Gary Lenzo 480.318.3548
gary.lenzo@marccr.com

All services are based on a psychosocial rehabilitation model, person-centered and supporting your recovery journey and resiliency.

Recovery & Resiliency Success Stories

Our Recovery and Resiliency Supports and Services  are based on a psychosocial rehabilitation model, person-centered and supporting your recovery journey and resiliency. Please enjoy reading some of our exciting success stories!

Community Transition Program

The goal of the Community Transition Program is to provide comprehensive supportive and stabilization services to  participants who are being discharged from the hospital that have challenges that led to the frequent readmissions to  in-patient psychiatric hospitals.

Hope – Permanent Supportive Housing

Permanent Supportive Housing services assist individuals with transition from homelessness or inadequate housing into a home of their own in the community of their choice. The program follows the SAMHSA Permanent Supportive Housing  Model.

Peer Specialist Training

This engaging and dynamic training provides the individual with key knowledge, skills and tools to assist them on their journey in recovery and allows the person to become credentialed to work as a peer specialist.

SHAPE (Supported Housing and Permanent Employment)

The SHAPE program has a dual emphasis on housing and employment supports. The goal of this program is to rapidly implement Supportive Housing and Supported Employment services to assist individuals in achieving and sustaining independent living in housing of their choice, while providing supports that also assist with obtaining or maintaining employment. The program is also designed for eviction prevention supports so people can maintain their home while actively working on their employment goals.

FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

The Family Support Program offers supports and services to family members of individuals receiving services.  The program follows the SAMHSA Family Psychoeducation model.

Information & Resources

Information & Resources available for the Arizona mental or behavioral health community, even if you are new to needing assistance.  A FREE public service!