Lazarus House in Janesville
The Lazarus Foundation provides long-term assessment, transitional housing for up to 24 months, long-term case management, essential services and life skills training for homeless adult men with alcohol/chemical addictions and professionally ‘dual-diagnosed’ with non-violent mental health conditions. The Foundation’s facility, the Lazarus House, is a ‘Single Room Occupancy’ (SRO) living facility for up to five individuals with shared kitchen, laundry and restroom/shower facilities. Safe from the dangers, difficulties, and stresses of living on the street, they can work on making the ‘course corrections’ needed to remain sober, get and keep a job and ultimately live on their own without the fear and self-loathing that accompanies addiction and homelessness.
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