Transitional Housing Program for the Homeless
FRP works to enable seniors to live independently within a caring community. Our buildings have handicapped accessible apartments and provide on-site security. We coordinate health services, provide a food pantry and hold regular social events. Our residents are able to actively engage with the surrounding community: Many are active gardeners in our community garden and communicate with friends and family at our computer lab.
FRP supports people with special needs: those living with HIV, individuals with physical and mental disabilities, and women who are homeless as a result of abuse. With each need, we match appropriate social services, including health care coordination and mental health counseling, and work to achieve life-stability and personal growth.
For more information on FRP’s social services program, please contact our Director of Social Services, Jena Nottingham at firstname.lastname@example.org.