PLACES serves the most vulnerable among us. They could be your mother, your brother, your sister, your child or your neighbor. They have been diagnosed with mental health disorders. They may be homeless.
PLACES collaborates with mental health agencies, homeless shelters and other community organizations to meet the needs of our residents, clients and tenants.
PLACES serves the immediate needs of homeless adults suffering from mental health disorders by providing “housing first” – and offering supportive services second.
The end result of our work is a positive change in someone’s life. “I get to collaborate with a team of people I respect and who are good at what they do – and I find that exciting.”
- PLACES staff member
Because of the rising demand for services and reductions in funding, PLACES welcomes individual contributions from generous donors.
At PLACES, we care for the whole person.
Because of the care we provide, our residents become increasingly stable over time.
We Operate Three Programs in Montgomery County, Ohio:
Residential Adult Care Facilities
We provide housing and personal care services for adults diagnosed with severe mental health disorders.
Supportive Living Program
We provide case management and life skills training for adults diagnosed with mental health disorders who are living in homes or apartments or who have been homeless.
Housing First Program
We provide permanent housing and on-site supportive services for adults diagnosed with mental health disorders who are homeless.