Hospital to Home
Providing rehabilitation services to people who are homeless and have a serious mental illness
24 beds available to provide rehabilitation services to people who are homeless and have a serious mental illness. Participants receive comprehensive rehabilitation services intended to help them successfully transition to more permanent housing options. Estimated stays of 90-180 days.
Hospital to Home is voluntary program for individuals discharged from inpatient psychiatric units who are experiencing homelessness. Collaborating closely with the Coalition for the Homeless and UTHealth Homes, The Harris Center offers housing options and supports for those who qualify as "chronically homeless." The supports offered help fill gaps in the system when they are in an unsafe location. This holistic approach to physical, psychiatric and social needs provides a well-rounded recovery plan.
- Temporary housing in a safe environment
- Healthy meals
- Therapeutic and life skills groups
- Assist with social services: SNAP benefit application, gold card application, long term housing application, etc.
- Peer support
- Individual counseling