OHL’s Housing Programs focus on moving individuals and families to stable, secure housing, and keeping these families and individuals housed and engaged in case management. Case management is a process in which the OHL case manager and client work collaboratively to assess, plan, implement, coordinate, and monitor the services required to meet the client's health and human service needs. All program participants are required to contribute a portion of their rent. This is based on the individual client’s income level. OHL operates housing programs for the chronically homeless, as well as homeless individuals who have special needs such as mental, physical, or developmental disabilities, substance abuse issues, or HIV/AIDS. It is our goal to successfully house individuals as quickly as possible and begin engaging them and their families in services.
Shelter + Care (S+C):
Provides housing and supportive services to homeless individuals and/or families with a disability that is of such a nature that it impedes his or her ability to live independently, such as HIV/AIDS, mental illness, chronic substance abuse, or other physical disability. The applicant must be homeless for a minimum of 7 days prior to application or be a resident of a transition-housing program who was homeless a minimum of 7 days prior to entering the transitional housing.
Permanent Supportive Housing:
Program provides housing and supportive services to chronically homeless individuals with a disability that is of such a nature that it impedes his or her ability to live independently, such as HIV/AIDS, mental illness, chronic substance abuse, or other physical disability.
To Access Services
Applicant(s) must report to the Community Resource Referral Center at, 1530 Gravier St. NOLA 70112 and or call Unity Welcome Home (504) 899-4589 to schedule appointment for an assessment.
Phone: (504) 821-9211, ext. 7848
Fax: (504) 206-3689
Manager Contact: Robert Chander: firstname.lastname@example.org