"What you do everyday is a wonderful blessing to the lives of all of us using AMIH's Housing. I am grateful for all of the compassion and help I have received from all of you."
Transitional Housing: Residents share a home with five roommates for up to two years. this program is designed to support individual in their recovery process. individual goals are identified and residents are supported in their efforts to live independently within the community. Program fees range from $425 to $615 per month.
Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Housing: An independent living skills program designed for tay with a mental illness essential life skills are taught and each resident is supported thought case management and peer support participants share a home with other yet and a residential house liaison. Residents are not required to today a fee upon program entry.
MHSA Permanent Housing: AMIH has purchased a single family home and six apartments funded through the California Mental Health Services Act. Supportive services are provided on an ongoing basis to all residents. each resident pays approximately 30% of their income towards rent and utilities.
Peer Supported Housing: Similar to transitional housing, this program is supported by two peer counselors who will use their own personal knowledge to help residents through their recovery. They will teach residents about available community resources and help them attain their goal of living independently in the community. Residents are not required to pay a program fee upon entry.
HUD Permanent Housing: Residents pay up to 30% of their income for rent and utilities. These individuals will receive supportive services while living in their own apartments within the community.
Emergency Housing: Housing is available for up to 2 weeks for residents with mental illness who are in need of short term emergency housing.
Transitional employment: (12-20 positions): In collaboration with the placer county adult system of care we offer employment for individuals with lived mental health experience. This program prepares them for entry level positions in the public and private sectors by building a work history and mastery of some marketable skills.
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