The STAIRS 2.0 program serves individuals experiencing homelessness and suffering from mental health or substance abuse disorders (SUD).
This program integrates behavioral health treatment and services for SUDs and co-occurring mental and substance use disorders (COD), permanent housing, and other critical services for individuals who choose to participate.
The program goal is to reduce homelessness among individuals ages 18 years of age and older living in Houston/Harris County with SUDs or CODs. Our approach utilizes street outreach, person-centered planning, motivational interviewing, intensive case management to ensure we can offer the best possible care for the clients we serve.
Other programs you might find helpful
The Self-Sufficiency program provides occupational training that leads to an acceptable industry recognized certification for adults who are At-Risk of becoming dependent on public assistance and individuals earning less than $37,000 annually with a dependent child.
ACA Health Navigator
The ACA Health program provides trained Navigators to help individuals and families gain access to health insurance.
Rescue in Motion
Rescue in Motion helps persons experiencing homelessness with housing, case management, and other essential support services including connection to employment and other resources.