Recovery Network of Program, Inc. provides numerous housing opportunities and residential support to individuals with disabilities who are living at or below federal poverty guidelines. Prospect House Shelter offers emergency beds to people who are homeless while also providing community based case management and rental subsidies for individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS. Prospect House collaborates with the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) in providing emergency and transitional housing to people living with both psychiatric and substance use disorders in the Urban Model Program. All of these programs offer intense, residential case management and support services to people living at or below federal poverty guidelines. All Prospect House programs provide 24 hour on-call services.
RNP is committed to providing safe, affordable, supportive housing for individuals who are homeless and individuals who are living with psychiatric and substance use disorders, including individuals living with HIV. RNP operates a continuum of housing options which provide specialized, supportive housing to individuals on a daily basis.
Prospect House: Emergency shelter and a comprehensive case management program which includes on site medical, psychiatric and intensive outpatient services.