Clare House Emergency Shelter Case Management
Working with a Case Manager at Clare House is required if a participant plans to stay more than 30 days. However, it is encouraged for all participants. A case manager is assigned to a participant once they enter Clare House and the participant should meet with them as soon as possible. The case manager will work with the participant to develop a plan (called a Self-Sufficiency Plan) that will identify any barriers to permanent, stable housing that the the participant may be experiencing.
Clare House Shelter Case Management
Clare House runs a transitional housing program called Progressive Housing. Progressive Housing is located on the upper level of the facility and has 12 private rooms. These rooms are available to families who have stayed in Clare House Emergency Shelter for at least 30 days, have complied with shelter expectations (including meeting regularly with a Case Manager), and have the ability to pay a reduced-rate rent. The maximum stay in Progressive Housing is 2 years.
Brother Francis Shelter Case Management
There is a large case management team located at Brother Francis Shelter and all guests are encouraged to meet with them. In order to receive an extension of more than 30 days in the shelter, a guest must be working with a case manager. The case manager will work with guests to develop a plan (called a Self-Sufficiency Plan) that will identify any barriers to permanent, stable housing that the guest is experiencing.