Residential

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​​Sup​portive Residential Services (SRS)

SRS provides a continuum of supportive and supervised residential options for adults who ha​​​ve active cases with the Virginia Beach MHSA division to include transitional housing, adult foster care, assisted living facilities, co-occurring transitional housing, and subsidized housing with in-home support.  The program also includes mental health skill building services that focus on the acquisition of skills in activities of daily living such as personal safety, nutrition, medication management.  These services are per​​son-centered and are committed to maximizing individual self-determination, personal choice and decision-making to enhance quality of life with full integration into the community.  Services provided are determined by person-centered assessments, which become the basis for the specific goals, objectives and supports necessary for community success and personal fulfillment.

Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH):

The PATH program was authorized by the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Amendments Act of 1990 and has been an active outreach service under the Virginia Beach Human Services umbrella in Virginia Beach for 20 years. PATH provides services to individuals with serious mental illness, including those with co-occurring substance use disorders, who are experiencing homelessness or are at imminent risk of becoming homeless. PATH can refer individuals to Mental Health Substance Abuse Services, primary health services and relevant housing services, such as the Virginia Beach Connection Point.

PATH provides training to the teams working in shelters, health clin​ics and to other organizations where homeless require services. PATH can provide presentations for any organization desiring more information on homelessness. 

Contact: Cheryl Molinet, Team Leader at (757) 636-3160
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