A

Accountability

Participants learn to take responsibility for their actions, reactions, and growth in an accountable and supportive environment.

R

Reintegration/Recovery

Participants identify and address the root causes of their homelessness, including SUDs, mental health, and behavioral health.

I

Initiative

Participants learn to take initiative and take charge of their own growth and opportunities.

Components of ARISE
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S

Self-Sufficiency

Participants build a solid foundation and supportive network to help them attain and maintain their goals.

E

Education

Participants are encouraged to develop a sense of curiosity, pursuit of learning, and critical thinking skills through a diverse and comprehensive curriculum.

WHAT IS ARISE?

ARISE is a three-phase behavioral modification program that is built into our shelter program. It consists of three main elements:

1.  A three-phase progressive structure

2. Individualized, in-house case management

3. A therapeutic community designed to provide accountability with support

THE PHASES

PHASE 1: 

A curriculum of 48 foundation-building classes consisting of the following topic areas:

- Core Skills (behavioral skills, character skills)

- Principles of Reintegration (thinking errors and counterproductive behaviors)

- Life Skills 

- Behavior Change Modules

- Coping Modules

- Self-Discovery

- Yoga/Meditation and Mindfulness

- Employment Skills

- Budgeting and Finance

PHASE 2:

A highly individualized phase completed in collaboration with an assigned in-house case manager, and can consist of - but is not limited to - any of the following:

- Resume building, job searches

- Recovering identity documents

- Applying for eligible benefits and programs

- Applying for eligible housing programs

- Coordination with mental health and substance use disorder treatment/dual diagnosis

- Budget setting

- Actively budgeting and saving

- Referral to community supports

PHASE 3:

The final phase before a resident's transition. This collaborative effort between resident and case manager is also highly individualized and generally consists of:

- Housing searches

- Furniture bank referrals

- Arranging for continuity of services and treatment post-transition

- Coordination with other ICMs or entities connected to the resident's case, such as probation officers, CRS/CPS workers, or visiting nurses