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About Urban Model Initiative Supportive
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The Urban Model Program offers both transitional and supporting housing opportunities for individuals who are homeless and living with both psychiatric and substance use disorders. The 'transitional' housing component of the program operates out of Prospect House shelter. In collaboration with CASA, Urban Model program participants are provided with comprehensive substance abuse assessment and treatment principles of Motivational Enhancement Therapy.
The 'supportive' housing component of the program is located off-site at another facility within Bridgeport, where individuals may live for a maximum of 18 months. During each level of housing, extensive case management services are provided by a diverse team. A team approach with a heavy emphasis on Illness Management and Recovery, relapse prevention and skill building is provided to each client. Staff are on site for each facility 24 hours a day. The Urban Model program is funded by DMHAS and has a capacity of 13 individuals.
Referrals are made by calling (203) 576-9041 or (203) 333-3445.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
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