Supportive Housing in Northeast Florida
River Region Human Services provides housing through the Assisted Living Facility (ALF), the Rogerson House, and Andy’s Place. The ALF is for persons with a mental or physical health disability. The Rogerson House provides housing for persons transitioning from jail or prison. Andy’s Place is for persons that are currently homeless with a substance abuse and/or mental health disorder, or who have a history of criminal activity. These housing opportunities are designed for single individuals and provide supportive services onsite and through the community. Our ALF and Andy’s Place housing programs are made available through HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS) funding and based upon income. For details regarding River Region’s housing programs, call 904-899-6300 ext. 4217.
Assisted Living Facility
The Assisted Living Facility (ALF) is designed for people with mental health or co-occurring mental illness, substance abuse, and an HIV diagnosis. This service provides housing for those who are court-ordered to obtain a residence within an inpatient facility.
Rogerson Halfway House
Transitional housing for court-ordered substance abusing offenders who have been released and are required to participate in an inpatient treatment program. Every client who meets the definition of homeless at intake is required by law to be entered into the Northeast Florida Information Network Homeless Management Information System (HMIS).
Andy’s Place offers permanent supportive housing for those who have been homeless due to substance abuse, mental illness or HIV/AIDS. Residents at Andy’s Place receive life skills training, to help them become productive, have income, and be contributing members of the community. These services are funded in part by the City of Jacksonville Public Service Grant.
To learn more, call 904-899-6300 ext. 4217.