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ASSETS Program Community Outreach Inc

865 North West Reiman Avenue
Corvallis, OR - 97330
541.758.3000

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ASSETS Program Community Outreach Inc

Last-Modified: 2021-07-01 06:40:14

Their Transitional Housing Program provides a unique opportunity for homeless men, women, and families to learn to become self-sufficient and productive members of their community. In a structured, safe, and supportive environment clients are able to take advantage of their extensive case management services and life skills training. In addition, they offer classes on health/nutrition education and computer skills. They believe that all their clients have the potential to change and better their lives. Their staff is committed to provide the highest quality of comprehensive services to all of their clients regardless of their socio-economic background. They strive to support and assist all their clients with dignity and respect as they are learning new skills. They focus on clients' strengths and resources to empower them so that they may learn to help themselves and become self-sufficient and productive members of their community. While their clients are working towards their goals and objectives, they are encouraged to take advantage of their wrap-around services which include their alcohol and drug abuse treatment program, treatment for co-occurring disorders, mental health counseling, domestic violence counseling, therapeutic childcare, parenting education, dental services, medical services and limited psychiatric services for uninsured clients. Program description: All clients and/or families are assigned to a case manager who will complete a thorough assessment on all the clients Their case managers will help their clients identify needs and barriers that prevent clients from achieving their goals and objectives Case managers and clients will establish goals and action plans based on clients' individual needs Goals may include gaining financial security, obtaining stable housing, addressing mental health or substance abuse problems, and learning how to access resources available in the community All clients participate in weekly classes on life skills, healthy cooking and nutrition, computer skills, and health education Services are provided for up to 90 days and may be extended on an individual basis for clients enrolled into their substance abuse and/or mental health program All clients are required to complete daily chores to keep their facilities clean and beautiful Description of facility: Their men's, women's, and family housing are located on the second floor of their main building The men's housing consists of five dormitory style bedrooms with a large, fully equipped kitchen, a dining/community area, showers, bathrooms, and laundry facilities Their family and women's housing consist of individual units; each unit is furnished with bunk beds and has a private bathroom. Each unit has its own cooking and dining area A large children's playroom and a community room allow the families to spend time together playing and relaxing Their multi-purpose room is furnished with couches and tables as well as a TV for men and women to relax and socialize together in their free time. It is located on the main floor of their main building All clients have access to their food bank located on the second floor and basic hygiene supplies provided Admission Criteria: Head of household must be 18 years or older Must have completed Emergency Shelter Program


Services: Substance abuse treatment services, Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house, Outpatient

Fees: Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)

Insurances: Self payment, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)

Beds: 0

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2020-08-26 17:51:36

my father is moving and has many household items to donate -from kitchen ware to bedding etc. Is there a need for items?

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