The Treatment and Supportive Housing Program (TASH) was launched in 2009, and operated in conjunction with Baker Places. This six-month intensive outpatient substance abuse and mental health services program was the first of its kind in the nation to be located at a supportive housing provider and funded by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). After over a year of successfully transforming the lives of individuals, TASH now serves as a model spurring SAMHSA's funding of similar projects across the country. TASH is a pioneering and effective program that stabilizes lives and provides pathways to opportunity for our formerly homeless residents. Recent TASH graduates have continued the pursuit of their potential by enrolling in our Employment Training Programs, in preparation for a return to work in their future.
The Intensive Case Management Program (ICM) consists of a Masters level team of clinicians working on-site with residents experiencing complex medical, mental health, and substance abuse issues. Through one-on-one case management linked to community resources, the ICM team successfully stabilizes residents in need, prevents the loss of housing, reduces hospitalizations and emergency room usage, and links residents to preventive healthcare resources.