Friends Rehabilitation Program (FRP) | Social Supports
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Social Supports

At Friends Rehabilitation Program, we understand that having a place to live is the first step towards achieving stability. But its just a first step. That’s why we offer a comprehensive set of social services to help our residents. We care for a variety of individual needs including health care coordination, employment counseling, and education.



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.


Special Needs

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

For more information about this project, please contact FRP at 2158228800