Housing & Residential Programs
The journey to self-sufficiency and recovery begins with a home. Thresholds residential programs offer a variety of community housing options for people with serious mental illness.
- supervised group homes
- supportive housing in a single-room occupancy setting
- independent apartment settings
Clinical support is available at varying levels, depending on the individual’s needs and choice. Currently, the agency manages more than 75 residential developments in the Chicagoland area, totaling about 1,000 beds. A Thresholds residence is far more than mere shelter. If needed, residents are encouraged to develop basic living skills, including diet, money management, wellness, community integration, and more. Many residences also offer opportunities to develop social relationships and friendships through communal living and shared activities.
Thresholds’s housing programs all take pride in being good neighbors and are an asset to their communities.