Championing long-term stability and independent living through ongoing housing support.
Mirci provides permanent, supportive housing to approximately 300 adults, young adults and families each year, serving those with a mental illness and prioritizing placement of people experiencing homelessness. Through the program, rent is subsidized so residents never pay more than 30% of their income for rent. And they have continued access to Mirci treatment services, transportation, after-hours support and other programming. There is no time limit on residency – more than 90% of residents remain in Mirci housing for a year or longer.
Housing for male-identifying youth ages 16-under 22
Mirci's Transitional Living Program provides safe, stable housing to male-identifying youth ages 16-under 22 in a 10-bed transitional housing program. The program provides young residents with the stability and support they need to attend school, become employed and develop skills for independence. More than 90% of these youth and young adults leave the program for permanent housing, and more than 70% improve their education and/or secure jobs.