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Category: supportive housing

Neighbor helping neighbor

Since the coronavirus pandemic made social isolation a public safety necessity, behavioral healthcare providers have been sounding the alarm on the potentially harmful effects on people with mental health issues. This makes supportive housing programs for people living with behavioral and physical health challenges even more essential as they ensure…

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“My sanctuary”

In celebration of our 50th anniversary, each month we will be sharing a story that highlights one of our programs or treatment populations. Here is Marshall’s story, who lives at Odyssey House Park Avenue, one of our supportive housing programs. Diagnosed with bipolar disorder and cerebral palsy as an adult,…

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