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Safe Options Support (SOS)

The Safe Options Support (SOS) Program addresses the needs of individuals experiencing homelessness on the street or places not meant for human habitation, and individuals placed in temporary shelter settings by offering direct linkages to services that address their immediate needs and providing support during transition from street homelessness to stable housing.

The SOS team utilizes a person-centered and trauma-informed approach to meet people where they are at in the community. A Critical Time Intervention (CTI) – based case management model, which is a time-limited, evidence-based service that helps vulnerable individuals during periods of transition, is used to address needs. The SOS team consists of licensed behavioral health clinicians, case managers, and peer specialists from Endeavor Health Services.

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