Odyssey House offers a continuum of care that assists people in recovery as they transition back into the community. Ongoing supportive services, such as housing, employment and legal assistance, begin before a resident leaves residential treatment and are continued in outpatient services.
We help find permanent, independent housing for formerly homeless men and women with mental and physical disabilities; supervised housing for families re-entering society; and housing assistance for formerly homeless persons enrolled in our programs.
What we offer:
- The Family Re-Entry Program provides transitional off-site housing in individual, furnished, two-bedroom apartments for parents and children in treatment, with 24-hour supervision and full access to Odyssey House program services, including intensive substance abuse education and counseling.
- Odyssey House Haven provides permanent housing units for homeless people with disabilities and includes aftercare services, support services, peer counseling/support groups, information and referral services for community members.
- Shelter Plus Care offers transitional housing for parents and children, as well as special needs populations.
- Odyssey House Park Avenue is a 50-unit, single occupancy apartment building for men and women with special needs. The building provides a supportive, independent living environment for individuals who have overcome many life challenges, including mental illness, drug and alcohol abuse, and homelessness.
- All housing programs offer counseling, referral and resident advocacy and are designed to support the Odyssey House dedication to continuity of care and aftercare services.