- Supportive Housing Programs
EDI’s supportive housing programs consist of 60 fully furnished single occupancy rooms.
These programs are designed to assist homeless individuals with substance use disorders
to remain drug and alcohol free, improve the quality of their lives, and attain greater self-sufficiency.
We currently have two types of housing programs: Transitional Housing and
Permanent Supportive Housing.
o Transitional Housing
EDI currently has 30 beds dedicated to transitional housing, 20 at our Hilltop
Facility and 10 at our Walnut Street facility. Clients in our transitional housing
program may stay for up to 24 months while they establish a foundation of
recovery and learn the skills necessary to live independently. The average length
of stay in our transitional housing program is 114 days.
o Permanent Supportive Housing
EDI currently has 30 beds dedicated to permanent supportive housing, all located
at our Hilltop Facility. Our permanent supportive housing program allows
individuals with disabilities who have experienced chronic homelessness to live
as independently as possible in a supportive environment. Residents can live in
the permanent supportive housing program indefinitely. The average length of
stay in our permanent supportive housing program is 1 year.
For more information about EDI’s Housing Programs or to inquire about admission,
Please contact: Taniva Wiley Intake Coordinator