A Cowlitz County resident experiencing homelessness was assessed and placed in the Love Overwhelming emergency shelter.  She had experienced a traumatic life event which led to her homelessness. As her healing process started she worked with the LO emergency shelter staff to access my case management program.
She developed goals, a safety crisis plan, and established medical and crime victim advocacy services.  We developed a budget and financial goals which led to her exiting shelter and obtaining permanent housing."
This is one example of how Love Overwhelming staff support local people who are experiencing homelessness with increasing their self-sufficiency.
Jill, LO Residential Case Manager



Residential Case Management

Purpose of the program:

  1. Assist people experiencing homelessness to obtain permanent housing
  2. Assist with accessing and obtaining needed support services
  3. Promote and support positive living situations
  4. Improve residential and community activities of daily living skills
  5. Empower households to be less dependent on the social service system, maintain permanent housing, and increase independent living skills

 

 

Who is eligible for services?

Ideal eligible service recipient would be a Cowlitz County resident who must be eighteen (18) years of age, and: 

  1. Experiencing homeless or at risk of becoming homeless
  2. Assess as "high utilizers" of the social, psychiatric, judicial, and emergency support systems.
  3. High vulnerability score
  4. Services available for individuals or families with children

*This program cannot support individuals who require moderate to intensive in home health care.

 

 

 

 


How to refer for services?

Housing & Resource Center Intake offices for families & singles: 360-749-8056

Address: 1526 Commerce Ave. Longview WA. (Lower Columbia CAP)                                                [Schedule mobile assessment, phone assessment, or walk in assessment]

Hours of Operation: 8:30am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday