The Housing Connect program is a permanent supportive housing program that is designed to assist Medicaid eligible consumers throughout Wayne County. Housing Connect is a program for individuals with mental illness or mental illness and co-occurring disorders who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, or living in a restrictive setting. The goal of Housing Connect is to move individuals to a less restrictive environment and achieve housing stability with support services to maintain their housing.
Providing people with the Supportive Housing Program and the supportive services they need allows consumers to begin a journey of healing and transformation enabling them to live a meaningful life in a community of their choice while striving to achieve their full potential.
The Lincoln Behavioral Services Supportive Housing Program is designed to assist mentally ill adults living in adult foster care homes to obtain and maintain independent living.
These skills are provided to the consumers by the Supportive Housing Team. These services allow consumers to maintain their independence while becoming part of their community.