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Right In/Out (RIO)

(CORE, CORE II, JDOT)

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.

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RIO Program Overview

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.

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Co-Occuring Reentry and Empowerment (CORE)

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.

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Jail Diversion Outreach Team (JDOT)

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.

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