The Heartland Housing Initiative increases access to permanent, safe, decent and affordable supportive housing options for individuals with a mental health diagnosis in the bi-state region. The Initiative’s programs are based on successful, nationally recognized supportive housing models and include both agency-owned properties and leased units provided by partnered landlords.
All three of our supportive housing programs (Blaylock Residences, Campbell Apartments and Marion Apartments) are funded through HUD competitive grants. Within each of our housing programs, MHAH works to foster a sense of community. This sense of community enhances the collaborative endeavor between these individuals and staff to develop and implement a mental health recovery plan leading to a healthy, productive and inclusive life.
For more information about the Heartland Housing Initiative, contact Janet “Cookie” Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org or 913-281-2221 (ext. 103)
For information about the local Homeless Management Information Services, visit MAACLink.org.