Mary Hall Freedom House utilizes a supportive housing model that addresses the increasing demand of women and women with children seeking rehabilitative services. Women and children are integrated into an apartment community setting, allowing them to feel some sense of normalcy and independence.
A 24/7 assessment center for homeless women and women with children addresses the needs of emergency situations.
Transitional Housing is designed to provide supportive living for women and women with children who have suffered from chronic homelessness, offering a safe place to rebuild their lives.
Each transitional program is designed with the flexibility to provide services to homeless women and women with children who are committed to investing two years in the program.
In Community Housing women go through the process of reintegrating back into mainstream society. It provides supportive services for women and women with children who have transitioned from our treatment component.
Through our Veterans Housing program, our country's military veterans and veterans with families move from homelessness to permanency. Elizabeth Place, one of our six housing units, is for veterans only.
Permanent housing promotes an environment that encourages women to establish and achieve goals focused on increasing self sufficiency, improving life skills, and increasing economic stability. Mary Hall Freedom House utilizes a Housing First Model.