Project PLASE addresses homelessness by providing transitional and permanent housing and supportive services to homeless adults, particularly the most vulnerable and underserved (i.e., people with mental illness, HIV/AIDS, addictions, developmental disabilities, ex-offenders, etc.) and by treating the whole person and empowering each individual to function at the highest possible level.
Type of Occupancy:
- Transitional & Permanent
- Homeless Men and Women, Veterans, Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, HIV / AIDS
Number of Occupants:
Special Note: Disabled accessible
This multi-purpose facility is utilized as housing for SRO male and female residents with separate transitional housing for men and women.
The building effectively utilizes 4 stories of living space and includes bedrooms, bathrooms, multiple common kitchens, and common living area for its residents.
An overnight counselor occupies an apartment, providing for 24 hour, 7 day a week supervision and active support.
A garden and courtyard complement the quality living of the residents as well as staff.
Type: non profit