Foundation Communities —
Foundation Communities is a local, homegrown nonprofit. They provide affordable, attractive homes and free on-site support services for thousands of families with kids, as well as veterans, seniors, and individuals with disabilities. They offer an innovative, proven model that empowers our residents and neighbors to achieve educational success, financial stability, and healthier lifestyles. They own and operate 19 communities all over Austin and in North Texas.
Jeremiah Program —
Jeremiah Program offers one of the nation’s most successful strategies for transforming families from poverty to prosperity two generations at a time. Jeremiah prepares determined single mothers to excel in the workforce, readies their children to succeed in school, and reduces generational dependence on public assistance.
Green Doors —
Throughout Austin, the organization owns and manages 28 properties, serving more than 300 residents annually, including managing 50 housing rental assistance vouchers for low income households in Travis, Williamson and Burnet Counties. Through these opportunities, Green Doors is able to serve a variety of people struggling with poverty/homelessness, including veterans, persons with disabilities, and single parent families.
LiveOak Communities —
LiveOak is a person-centered long-term living community for adults living with mental illness. LiveOak provides residents with a structured, safe place to live, grow, pursue their own interests and develop a stable lifestyle through person-centered support.
Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare —
Supportive housing can either be transitional housing or in the case of permanent housing, an independent living site or group home for persons with mental illness or developmental disabilities. Supportive housing is a solution to homelessness because it addresses its root causes by providing a proven, effective means of re-integrating families and individuals into the community by addressing their basic needs for housing and on-going support.
Heart of Texas MHMR —
Intensive support and rehabilitation training is provided for those consumers who need assistance in obtaining and maintaining community housing. Consumers live in apartments and homes throughout the area. Some individuals reside in The Dean Maberry Center, formerly called the Phoenix Apartments. In collaboration with Waco Housing Authority, MHMR jointly facilitates operation of 23 HUD apartments.
American Residential Treatment Association —
ARTA is composed of more than 30 member facilities offering residential care to adults with serious mental challenges, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, personality disorders, and disorders combined with substance abuse.
You can also look at the NAMI website to learn more about housing options.