Housing Connect, funded through the Salt Lake County Division of Behavioral Health, provides housing assistance to 55 households engaged in services through Salt Lake County Division of Behavioral Health approved Community Partners. RIO households receive short-to-medium term housing through Master Leased apartment units that are leased by Housing Connect and sub-leased to program participants. This program reduces barriers to housing and is designed to provide initial stability and a platform for full integration into the community. Participating community programs are; Valley Behavioral Health’s CORE, CORE II, JDOT, and ACT, as well as Odyssey House’s FACT and Residential Mental Health Treatment, and VOA, UT’s ACT teams.
No, referrals for the program must come from a Salt Lake County contracted provider that has been approved as a referral partner.
Your engagement and continued participation with your provider and/or case management team are required to maintain your housing assistance. Termination of case management will result in termination of housing assistance.