StreetReach is a network180-funded program that provides community case management as well as services through PATH (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness) and SOAR (SSI/SSDI Outreach Access and Recovery) to the homeless and under-served population in the Kent County area. The program focuses on promoting recovery among homeless individuals with mental health and co-occurring mental health/substance use disorders and to assist them in securing appropriate treatment and permanent housing.
For more information, please call 616.258.7543.
The StreetReach team embraces a multidisciplinary approach to treatment and recovery for chronic mental, physical and substance-related disorders. The team can assist individuals in navigating various mental health, social, housing, legal and health care service providers. Case managers provide linking and coordination of services and benefits with a strong emphasis on housing.
Group therapy, individual counseling, and community-based motivation groups work to engage homeless individuals in conversations that lead to a provision of services. For anyone seeking therapy in the community, open peer support motivation groups are available. Co-occurring coping skills and health education groups assist participants in developing decision-making skills. For those individuals in active recovery, case managers work with recovery concepts and relapse-prevention groups.
PATH is a federal program designed to engage the homeless population and assist with housing needs. SOAR is a federal project that assists individuals applying for benefits who are experiencing or at risk for homelessness and have a mental and/or physical disorder.
Community Services Clinic
300 Commerce Street SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The lobby is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.