Housing Connect, funded through the Salt Lake County Division of Behavioral Health, provides housing assistance to 60 households engaged in services through Valley Behavioral Health.
RIO households receive short-to-medium term housing through Master Leased apartment units. These units, leased by Housing Connect and sub-leased to program participants, reduce barriers to housing that could prevent successful housing in the community. This assistance is designed to provide initial stability and provide a platform for full integration into the community. Participating Valley programs are CORE and JDOT.
The CORE residential programs help adult dual-diagnosis offenders, both men, and women. Our two, 16-bed facilities are transition-focused programs that help individuals re-enter and reintegrate into the community.
JDOT offers 24-hour, comprehensive, personalized services to link individuals to resources and support while helping them live independently. Our JDOT services focus on clients with co-occurring disorders including mental illness, substance use, and criminal justice involvement. The focus on the JDOT program is to promote housing stability, quality of life, and substance use treatment.