Housing opens doors to recovery
Many people receiving treatment for mental health issues have difficulty finding and keeping adequate housing. For more than 20 years, our agency has provided varying levels of transitional to independent housing to meet this need.
Currently, 76 low-income adults live in our transitional and independent living apartments. To qualify for our housing, individuals must complete an assessment, diagnosis and be receiving treatment.
Three complexes offer long-term, independent living:
- Eagles’ Nest in Broken Arrow
- Hickory Ridge in Sapulpa
- New Seasons in Tahlequah
Tenant income determines the amount of rent. Utilities are included.
The LIFE and Berry Creek transitional living apartments in Tulsa offer fixed rent, including utilities, for up to two years. Residents receive education on developing a budget, housekeeping, personal hygiene, medication and illness management, and personal safety.
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