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HOUSING

A Foundation for Recovery

Investing in Affordable Housing

Alliance Health knows that access to decent, safe and affordable housing and caring supportive services provides critical stability for individuals and families. Working in partnerships, we are find..
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Alliance Health knows that access to decent, safe and affordable housing and caring supportive services provides critical stability for individuals and families. Working in partnerships, we are finding solutions to increase access to housing for the people we serve.

We continue to partner with the Durham Housing Authority (DHA) to secure specialized vouchers for people with disabilities as well as vouchers for the chronically homeless. In addition, we are working with DHA on addressing policy barriers that often limit our population from accessing housing.


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Alliance Health knows that access to decent, safe and affordable housing and caring supportive services provides critical stability for individuals and families. Working in partnerships, we are finding solutions to increase access to housing for the people we serve.

We continue to partner with the Durham Housing Authority (DHA) to secure specialized vouchers for people with disabilities as well as vouchers for the chronically homeless. In addition, we are working with DHA on addressing policy barriers that often limit our population from accessing housing.

Success depends upon support that helps people integrate into their communities and removes barriers that keep them from living the life they need and deserve.

A short-term financial assistance program for adults and families who are receiving services through Alliance: Eviction prevention and rapid re-housing funds. Utility assistance. Start-up funds, such..
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A short-term financial assistance program for adults and families who are receiving services through Alliance:

  • Eviction prevention and rapid re-housing funds.
  • Utility assistance.
  • Start-up funds, such as security deposits, to help adults/families move into permanent housing.

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A short-term financial assistance program for adults and families who are receiving services through Alliance:

  • Eviction prevention and rapid re-housing funds.
  • Utility assistance.
  • Start-up funds, such as security deposits, to help adults/families move into permanent housing.

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Success depends upon support that helps people integrate into their communities and removes barriers that keep them from living the life they need and deserve.

Part of an agreement between the State of North Carolina and the US Department of Justice, the Transitions to Community Living Initiative helps people with serious mental illness transition from adult..
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Part of an agreement between the State of North Carolina and the US Department of Justice, the Transitions to Community Living Initiative helps people with serious mental illness transition from adult care homes and state psychiatric hospitals into the communities of their choice.


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Part of an agreement between the State of North Carolina and the US Department of Justice, the Transitions to Community Living Initiative helps people with serious mental illness transition from adult care homes and state psychiatric hospitals into the communities of their choice.


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“Access to safe, quality and affordable housing – and the supports necessary to maintain that housing – constitute one of the most basic and powerful social determinants of health. In particular, for individuals and families trapped in a cycle of crisis and housing instability due to poverty, mental illness, addictions or chronic health issues, housing can entirely dictate their health and health trajectory.”

World Health Organization, 2008

Supportive housing combines affordable housing with wraparound services allowing individuals to live in their own community. The tenets of supported housing include: A person’s housing choice is va..
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Supportive housing combines affordable housing with wraparound services allowing individuals to live in their own community. The tenets of supported housing include:

  • A person’s housing choice is valued and supported.
  • A person has all the rights and responsibilities of their tenancy.
  • A person’s community of choice should support integration and not limit access to neighborhood resources.

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Supportive housing combines affordable housing with wraparound services allowing individuals to live in their own community. The tenets of supported housing include:

  • A person’s housing choice is valued and supported.
  • A person has all the rights and responsibilities of their tenancy.
  • A person’s community of choice should support integration and not limit access to neighborhood resources.

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“Access to safe, quality and affordable housing – and the supports necessary to maintain that housing – constitute one of the most basic and powerful social determinants of health. In particular, for individuals and families trapped in a cycle of crisis and housing instability due to poverty, mental illness, addictions or chronic health issues, housing can entirely dictate their health and health trajectory.”

World Health Organization, 2008

“By partnering with Alliance, it gives us an incredible opportunity to end homelessness for individuals and families in concert with Durham’s comprehensive affordable housing efforts,”

CASA CEO Mary Jean Seyda

Alliance Health values the relationships with landlords who provide housing to the people we serve. Many of our programs provide longer-term assistance paid by Alliance, and we also help coordinate th..
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Alliance Health values the relationships with landlords who provide housing to the people we serve. Many of our programs provide longer-term assistance paid by Alliance, and we also help coordinate the services and supports of an individual or family. Relationships with landlords promote housing stability, social integration and success in community living.


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Alliance Health values the relationships with landlords who provide housing to the people we serve. Many of our programs provide longer-term assistance paid by Alliance, and we also help coordinate the services and supports of an individual or family. Relationships with landlords promote housing stability, social integration and success in community living.


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“By partnering with Alliance, it gives us an incredible opportunity to end homelessness for individuals and families in concert with Durham’s comprehensive affordable housing efforts,”

CASA CEO Mary Jean Seyda

Our “Better At Home” campaign offers monthly trainings to help providers understand and navigate the complex systems of housing and homelessness. View Alliance’s training calendar for a list o..
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Our “Better At Home” campaign offers monthly trainings to help providers understand and navigate the complex systems of housing and homelessness. View Alliance’s training calendar for a list of upcoming sessions.

 


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Our “Better At Home” campaign offers monthly trainings to help providers understand and navigate the complex systems of housing and homelessness. View Alliance’s training calendar for a list of upcoming sessions.

 


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Access and Information Center
(800) 510-9132
We want to make it easy for you to get the services or information you need. You can call the Alliance Access and Information Center toll-free 24 hours a day.


Provider HelpDesk
(919) 651-8500
Representatives are available 8:30am-5:15pm Monday-Friday to answer provider questions about authorization, billing, claims, enrollment and credentialing, the Alpha Provider Portal or other issues.


Confidential Fraud and Abuse Line
(855) 727-6721
You are encouraged to report matters involving Medicaid fraud and abuse. If you want to report fraud or abuse, you can remain anonymous.


Alliance Offices
(919) 651-8401
Alliance maintains community offices in Durham, Wake, Cumberland and Johnston counties. Addresses and directions to the Alliance offices.

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