Transitional & Penmanent Housing Programs

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  • AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin
    121 South Pinckney Street Suite 210
    (608) 258-9103 x14
    Website: http://www.arcw.org/social-services/housing-programs/
    No one with HIV disease should ever be homeless. ARCW offers comprehensive housing services that are designed to meet the many different housing challenges that HIV patients confront. If you are having difficulty securing or maintaining housing for yourself or your family, an ARCW housing specialist will work with you to assess your needs. The following services may be provided to help resolve your housing problems: financial assistance, housing case management, intensive housing counseling, transitional residential housing, and family residential housing.

  • Community Development Authority – City of Madison Housing Operations Division
    215 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Suite 120
    (608) 266-4675
    Website: http://www.cityofmadison.com/formshousing/index.htm
    Offers Public Housing and the Section 8 Voucher program for income eligible individuals and families in the City of Madison. Certain eligibility requirements apply, including, but not limited to: 24 months positive rental history with no criminal activity dispositions for the CDA’s Public Housing program, and no drug-related or violent criminal history dispositions within last 24 months for CDA’s section 8 programs.

  • Community Action Coalition for South Central WI, Inc. (CAC)
    1717 N. Stoughton Rd
    (608) 248-4730 Ext. 203 or 204; Toll Free: (877) 675-3508
    Website: http://www.cacscw.org/index.php
    A permanent supportive housing program for individuals and families with disabilities. Housing is provided in scattered-site apartments in Dane County. Goals of the program include: participants will obtain and retain permanent housing; participants will increase their skills and/or income; and participants will achieve a greater degree of self-sufficiency. Home for Good serves individuals with a documented disability as well as families headed by an individual with a documented disability. Households must meet HUD’s definition homeless. CAC has a limited availability of 14 households in the program and is often at its capacity. interested households are welcome to contact CAC to inquire about openings at any time.

  • Care Net’s Residential Facility – The Elizabeth House
    (608) 259-1605 ext. 205
    Website: http://www.carenetdane.org/support-programs/residential-program-the-elizabeth-house/
    The Elizabeth House is a residential program for young single women who are pregnant and want to change the direction of their lives. At The Elizabeth House you are given the opportunity to participate in a program that offers a supportive and safe living environment to carry out your pregnancy with free services such as: parenting education, money management & nutrition classes, support for setting & reaching personal goals, and opportunity to achieve healing & wholeness.

  • The Salvation Army’s Holly House
    630 E Washington Avenue
    (608) 250-2214
    Holly House provides transitional housing for single homeless women without children in their care. The home can accommodate eight women who are welcome to stay for a period of up to 24 months. Women must have a source of income as all are expected to contribute to program expenses. Residents participate in intensive case management as they work towards permanent housing, employment readiness and practical life skills. Program fees between $245-305/mo, must have a referral from a homeless service agency.

  • Catholic Charities of Madison, WI – Hope Haven
    425 West Johnson St.
    (608) 441-3240
    Email: mmusic-engels@ccmadison.org
    Website: http://www.catholiccharitiesofmadison.org/ProgramsServices/AlcoholandDrugTreatmentPrograms/HopeHaven.aspx
    Hope Haven is a licensed, state-certified Community Based Residential Facility offering alcohol and/or drug abuse treatment, counseling, peer support and transitional job services for adult men and women. The average length of stay is six weeks and generally costs only $80 per day. Flexible payment plans are available. Safe, clean and sober living is provided in a home-like setting or a community setting that accommodates between 15 and 22 individuals each and is staffed 24 hours a day. They accept people without insurance.
    Bus: Take the bus number 2,3,14, or 60 from the square to get here.

  • Housing Initiatives, Inc.
    1110 Ruskin Street
    (608) 277-8330
    Website: http://www.housinginit.org/Home.html
    Permanent, subsidized housing for homeless person with a mental illness. Must have own case manager and fill out application to get on the waiting list.

  • McKee Park Apartments
    2931 Chapel Valley Rd, Fitchburg, WI 53711
    (608) 273-9330
    Email: mckeeapts@independentlivinginc.org
    Website: http://www.independentlivinginc.org/mckee-park-apartments.html
    1 bedroom/1 bathroom permanent subsidized apartments. Rent is 30% of annual income. Fill out an application and complete certifications to be placed on the waiting list. 62+ independent living apartment complex.

  • Rebos/Chris Farley House
    810 Olin Ave.
    (608) 255-5992
    Email: faugustine@ccmadison.org
    Website: http://www.catholiccharitiesofmadison.org/ProgramsServices/AlcoholandDrugTreatmentPrograms/ChrisFarleyHouse.aspx
    Residential treatment programs for men and women in recovery. Safe, clean and sober living is provided in a home-like setting. Counseling services are available to assist with transitioning to productive, independent living. Employment and ongoing recovery issues are addressed. Average individual and group counseling is three to five hours per week.

  • North Bay Lodge
    3602 Memorial Drive
    (608) 249-2600
    Email: mpond@ccmadison.org
    Website: http://www.catholiccharitiesofmadison.org/ProgramsServices/AlcoholandDrugTreatmentPrograms/NorthBayLodge.aspx
    Residential treatment programs for men and women in recovery. Safe, clean and sober living is provided in a home-like setting. Counseling services are available to assist with transitioning to productive, independent living. Employment and ongoing recovery issues are addressed. Average individual and group counseling is 3-5 hours per week.

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