For people with disabilities, there are often barriers and challenges to obtain the goal of home ownership or long-term, safe housing. Public mental health housing services assist them in achieving their aspirations of independent living. The creation of stable and safe, long-term housing for people with disabilities is one solution that addresses the homelessness crisis in Michigan and throughout the country. Additionally, fair and reasonable community-based housing produces better health and recovery outcomes for people than institutional settings.
Oakland Housing Link is a collaborative project between Community Housing Network, Inc. (CHN) and Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN). Social workers can search for housing options that meet the needs of people receiving public mental health services. For questions email or call 248-842-7410.
Supports Coordinators and Case Managers can use the Oakland Housing Link to request a login account.