Housing is a vital part of everyday life and plays an essential role in the recovery process for someone going through mental health and substance abuse treatment. By providing our consumers with supportive housing during their treatment, the ADAMH system of care can enhance the recovery process and increase the chances for success.
As identified in the Preparing for the Future: 2014 ADAMH Needs Assessment, housing will continue to be a growing need over the next several years for individuals living with a mental illness our substance abuse issue. ADAMH currently supports over 1200 units of housing in Franklin County.
Learn more about using housing choice voucher programs here.
To address the housing needs of our community, ADAMH develops a Strategic Housing Plan to establish a plan to guide the housing needs of Franklin County residents with a behavioral health issue over the next three years.
For more information about ADAMH Board Housing Programs or this strategic plan, please feel free to contact ADAMH Board staff members with questions or comments:
Theresa Nantor, Manager, Housing