Housing stabilization helps adults with disabilities and/or seniors find and maintain housing. The program is funded through Medicaid, and is designed to serve participants who:

  • Are 18 years of age or older
  • Have a Medical Assistance (MA)
  • Have a disability
    • The disability does not have to meet Social Security's adult standards for 'disability'.  Disabilities can include physical disabilities, mental illness, substance use disorder, and other conditions
  • Are you in one of the following situations
    • Experiencing homelessness
    • At risk of homelessness (including being doubled up, needing services to keep your housing, or you experienced homelessness in the past and now are being discharged from a correctional, medical, mental health, or substance use disorder treatment center without a permanent place to live)
    • Moving out of (or moved out of in the last six months) an institution, nursing facility, or certain other group settings like Board and Lodge or Adult Foster Care, or
    • At risk of institutionalization
  • Have been assessed to need help with at least one of these disability-related areas:
    • Communication
    • Mobility
    • Decision-making, or
    • Managing moods or behaviors
  • And not be getting similar services from other programs, like Moving Home MN's transition services, Assertive Community Treatment, or Relocation Service Coordination.

 

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Contact Information

For more information on services, please call our Grand Rapids office at (218) 999-9908