Mental Illness Housing Grants Nonprofit Start Up
1. Interrupt homelessness by supporting the independent SMI client during a temporary relapse so that they remain self-sufficient, productive members of society. Because housing remains an unmet need, prevention is the only realistic answer at this time. Changing the situation ends the cycle.
2. Tiny Home Community to assist the SMI chronic homeless population with attaining safe, affordable housing, and provide a way for them to return to a productive and meaning life. Housing isn't just about a home, it's part of a path to safety, security, and social connections.