Housing Programs

The Barrett Foundation has four housing programs. Each program has a case manager who provides individualized case management services to each program participant with a focus on building their self-sufficiency and empowering them to break their cycle of homelessness.

Shelter to Rapid Re-Housing

The Shelter to Rapid Re-Housing housing program is a rental assistance program that assists women and families who are currently residing in a shelter with locating and obtaining housing. By working with program participants to overcome barriers to housing, the Shelter to Rapid Re-Housing program provides rental assistance and individualized case management to assist with life skills, increasing income, applying for entitlements, connecting to additional resources and services, and building the sustainability to maintain their housing at program exit.

Bridges Rapid Re-Housing

Bridges Rapid Re-Housing is a rental assistance program that assists women and families who are experiencing homelessness with locating and obtaining housing. Bridges provides rental assistance and individualized case management to assist with life skills, increasing income, applying for entitlements, connecting to additional resources and services, and building the sustainability to maintain their housing at program exit.

Milagro

Milagro is a Permanent Supportive Housing program for women and families where the head of household has a documented mental health disability. Milagro provides leasing assistance and individualized case management to assist participants in increasing life skills, access to services, connection to resources, and it focuses on building their self-sufficiency and independence.

Socorro

Socorro is a Permanent Supportive Housing program for women and families that are experiencing chronic homelessness and has a documented disability. Socorro provides leasing assistance and client-focused case management to assist participants in increasing their stability, life skills, income, access to services, and connection to resources. It is the goal of the Socorro program to empower women and families in living as independently as possible.