The purpose of the Fayette Street Housing Program is to provide safe, affordable and supportive housing to nine (9) Riverbend consumers who are in need of these services. Residential staff provide functional support services to the consumers at this residence for sixteen hours a day. There is no overnight supervision. The program is intended to assist consumers who, in the absence of functional support services, might otherwise be at increased risk of homelessness and institutionalization. The first floor offers accessibility for persons with disabilities. The building is located in the community of downtown Concord, promoting normalization for consumers living at this residence
All residents must agree to participate in “Step-Up”, a program designed to promote independence, healthy interpersonal relationships, healthy living and residential stability. The overall goal is to enhance recovery skills by supporting individual’s efforts towards their growing independence, confidence and comfort in their surrounding community
Fayette is accessible to all, caffeine free and non-smoking, but does have a designated outdoor smoking area. Staff is present in the residence sixteen (16) hours each day to assist residents in completing Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and to work together on each individual’s treatment plan and goals through supervision and verbal cues.
- You must be at least 18 years old and meet state eligibility.
- Priority is given to individuals currently residing within Merrimack County or close proximity.
- You are willing to participate actively in your treatment plan in order to manage symptoms of your mental illness.
- You will agree to participate in the “Step Up” program (Restorative Partial Hospitalization).
- You must be able to ambulate independently or with a walker and must be able to manage ADL’s (Activities of Daily Living skills) with verbal prompts.
- You must be able to ambulate independently with the use of a walker or wheelchair and must be able to recognize and respond to emergencies such as the fire/smoke alarm with an independent evacuation within 3 minutes.
- You cannot have a diagnosis of dementia or significant memory impairment.
For questions or to learn more, please call: (603) 226-0789