There is no "assistive living" like we think of for older adults but rather residential treatment centers, group homes, and youth nursing homes run by state social services agencies or by privately owned organizations. Health insurance may cover some of the treatment, if they qualify. Helping families find residential treatment centers, group homes, and youth nursing homes for young adults are available but require a lot of research to make sure there is a good match between the program's services and the individual's needs. Living centers and facilities that help young adults include housing, transportation and the use of personal care.
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Keeping Your Home Affordable Housing A number of different kinds of affordable housing have been developed that might be available in your area. They are geared for people with mental illness and other disabilities, homeless people, low-income people and elderly people. Choices and waiting lists vary greatly depending on where you live. To find out what is available, you can talk to your community mental health agency, your local housing authority, social service agencies, and mental health or housing advocacy organizations. Centers for Independent Living frequently provide housing referral assistance and advocacy for people with disabilities, including those with mental health conditions. Temporary Housing Each state has information on temporary housing, often through a bureau or office for housing or disability assistance.
Department of Mental Health Housing
Peterson Understandingly, housing for the mentally ill is just as necessary as it is for those who don't live with mental illness. Housing is a basic human need that provides shelter and stability. This can make finding homes for the mentally ill problematic.
Other Resources Barbara Elmore's painting Chards is one of the artworks sponsored by the Awakenings Project , an Illinois group that sponsors art, writing and music made by people with mental illness. People with severe mental illness were once housed by the hundreds of thousands in state mental hospitals. But the "deinstitutionalization" movement that began in the s and gained steam in the '70s and '80s changed the landscape -- and the challenges that mentally ill people face.