Solutions for Supportive Homes is a group of families creating permanent homes where people with special mental health needs can live with community, purpose, and dignity.
PERMANENT AFFORDABLE SUPPORTIVE HOMES
CONTRIBUTE TO COMMUNITIES
No single investment will do more to improve mental health care outcomes.
THE VERNON STREET PROJECT
Our pilot residence is Vernon Street Project, a 9-unit building in the Adams Point neighborhood in Oakland. This welcoming Beaux Arts building offers private studios and apartments, a tree-filled garden, a large community space for activities, and a space for the live-in resident assistant.
On-site Resident Assistant
HELP CREATE HOMES
We need your help to launch our next home!
As we grow and learn, our vision is to build a legal, financial, and community model
that enables many more families to create permanent, affordable, supportive homes.
Solutions for Supportive Homes is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization (EIN 87-2551754) Donations are tax-deductible.
Living with a mental health disability, and frustrated by the absence of housing options that fit your needs?
A parent supporting an adult child with special mental health needs, worried about what will happen to them when you are gone?
A professional who cares about homelessness and disability justice, willing to contribute time and financial, legal, or technical skills?
A philanthropic representative, willing to hear more about our need for seed funding?
CONNECT WITH US
We seek collaborators who agree that adults living with mental health disabilities must be accorded the same respect, care, and financial support as others living with lifelong disabilities.
Melinda Henning, our Advocacy Lead, presents at the Families for Supportive Homes meeting of statewide parents groups on April 1, 2021.
To participate or for more information, contact Melinda at email@example.com
HEAR FROM THE EXPERTS...
Watch the full expert panel discussion from the NAMI California 2020 Annual Conference. Senator Scott Wiener, Ian Adamson of Mateo Lodge, and Melinda Henning of S4SH discuss the challenges and the solutions for creating quality permanent supportive living environments.