Referrals come from Vera House, Dorothy Day House and other emergency shelters for women and women with children. All referrals are taken from the Coordinated Entry List.  When in a shelter, a professional with assist them with the referral.  If in a place not meant for human habitation they need to contact the Rescue Mission to set up an assessment to be placed on the Coordinated Entry List.

Eligible applicants must:

  • Be HUD homeless
  • Be at least 16
  • Have a documented disability (Supportive Apartments Only)

Residents may have up to two children aged 7 or under (families in the supported apartments can have older children)

 Chadwick Residence participants:

  • Understand and abide by program requirements
  • Work with case manager to develop and work toward goals
  • Meet with other staff as required
  • Participate in daily activities in the community
  • Care for and nurture children
  • Respect other program participants
  • Do assigned household chores
  • Keep personal space neat and clean
  • Buy food and prepare meals
  • Pay monthly rent on time
  • Be in by curfew
  • Attend house and other meetings