Mental Health Residential Services
Advantage’s Residential Services program provides housing to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness who need supportive services in order to live as independently as possible. Our goal is to teach you the skills you need to take care of your home and your daily living needs such as health, nutrition, managing your medications, handling your finances, and becoming an active in your community. We offer different levels of support, based on your needs. If you’re interested in residential services, talk to your clinician or caseworker about a referral.
Shelter Plus Care
HUD and DCA funding cover the shelter, Advantage provides the Care through Medicaid, Medicare, and State Contracted Services to individuals who are homeless and have mental illness. We have Shelter Plus Care homes in Clarke and Walton Counties and are working to expand into Barrow and Jackson.