Please select the links
below to print out copies of our Supportive Living Program
admission requirements and applicable documents.
CARS in Jail Assessment Application Form
Supportive Living Program Description PDF
Supportive Living Program Principles and Agreements PDF
Supportive Living Admission Packet PDF
Supportive Living Program is a chemical dependency treatment
service that is designed to promote independent living in a
supervised setting for individuals who are making the transition
to independent living. A supportive level of care is for
individuals who either require a long-term supportive environment
following care in another type of residential service, or who are
in need of a transitional living environment prior to establishing
independent community living.
To be eligible for admission to the Supportive Living Program,
prospective participants must meet the following criteria:
by a Chemical Dependency Treatment Program with a recommendation
for this level of care.
a diagnosis of alcohol dependency or alcohol abuse or
polysubstance dependence or abuse.
to be free of serious communicable disease that can be
transmitted through ordinary contact.
to be not in need of acute hospital care, acute psychiatric care,
or other intensive services that cannot be provided in conjunction
with supportive living services or would prevent him/her from
participating in a chemical dependency service.
individual requires the support of a residence that provides an
alcohol and drug free environment.
individual requires peer support of fellow residents to maintain
individual does not require 24-hour a day on site supervision by
the skills and strengths necessary to maintain abstinence and
readapt to independent living in the community while receiving the
minimal clinical and peer support provided by this residential
person shall be denied admission to the Supportive Living Program
on the basis of race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin,
sexual orientation, or handicapping condition. Additionally, no
person shall be denied admission, be terminated or have his/her
services reduced, limited, or otherwise affected negatively or
his/her status changed solely on the basis of such person's actual,
presumed, or alleged HIV-related condition or status.