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Helping homeless individuals thrive in the community

The Center’s HomeLink program provides community-based services for individuals with serious mental illness who are chronically homeless or at risk for homelessness, transitioning from institutional setting such as hospitals or prisons, receiving assertive community treatment (ACT) or outpatient services.

A team comprised of a social worker, a housing/employment specialist, a peer support specialist and an occupational therapist will provide services to qualified residents of Orange and Chatham counties.


Thava Mahadevan, MS,,LCAS,
Director of Operations at Center
PI SAMSHA  grant for HomeLink program



Funding: Five-year grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA)