Servant House

Servant House Transitional Housing

The Servant House is a community in which a small group of men live together in common trust and caring for one another. Residents are allowed to stay for up to two years. The program is designed to promote the residents dignity and empower them to successfully live independently. 

Serves up to 21 homeless men, primarily veterans
Servant House is a respite program operating under the Hospital to Housing Model
Only serves those with significant physical and/or mental health disabilities who can take care of ADLs
Residents receive case management, medical care and housing support
92% of graduates in FY 2017 left with income and a permanent home

85% of residents maintained permanent housing at least a year after exit


Services Include:

Medical Oversight
Case Management
Life Skills Classes
Group Counseling
Leadership and Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteer Opportunities
Transportation
Meals
Assistance with Income and Other Benefits
Clothing and Toiletries

Social Activities and Recreational Events


For more information about The Servant House and eligibility, click here: Servant House Transitional Housing Program or contact the Director of Housing Services, Debra Stokes, 336-275-8585 x306.