The Stasis Center is considered a Permanent Supportive Housing Program and is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The apartments provide housing for individuals who were formerly homeless. The program is designed to encourage the mentally ill individual to develop independent living skills, maintain stable functioning, and to work toward economic self-sufficiency. The 16-unit apartment complex, with 24-hour staffing, assists individuals to learn daily living skills, money management skills, socialization skills, and how to access outside resources to help with return to work or school. Facilities include on-site staff offices and group training areas. All services are offered on a voluntary basis and are selected by the resident.
4135 E. Olive Ave. Apt F
Fresno, CA 93702
|Phone: (559) 225-0560|
- Life Skills Instruction
- Crisis Management/Intervention
- Mental Health Counseling/Monitoring
- Social Activities/Tenant Council
- Permanent Housing
- Affordable Subsidized Rent
- Linkages to Other Services/Advocacy
The Stasis Program will strive toward helping each individual maintain a safe and stable independent living environment and recovery process. REFERRALS Referrals come from Fresno County Mental Health Services Department and contracted programs. Referrals must meet HUD criteria for homelessness and have the capability for supported independence.