For those living with mental illness or living in poverty, an important part of maintaining permanent housing is the ability to manage daily living skills and to utilize community resources.
Mercy Haven offers several support programs to help our participants with these goals. In addition, Mercy Haven offers the community many resources to learn about mental illness, poverty and ways that all of us can help lessen stigma and promote inclusive communities.
Mercy Advocacy Program (MAP) - Mercy Haven's legal advocacy program was estalbished in 1997 to respond to the civil legal emergencies of Mercy Haven residents. MAP also works for systemic change to protect those who are homeless, living with mental illness, or living in poverty.
Mercy Enrichment - Mercy Enrichment provides opportunities for education, respite, rejuvenation and reflection. A variety of programs are offered for residents, staff and the community at-large at our beautiful house in Brentwood, which expresses the agency's core goal to bring a community together to experience and practice compassion. Our space is also is also available for use by groups whose values affirm those of Mercy Haven. Mercy Enrichment is comprised of:
88¢ of every $1 goes to
Housing and Programs!
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