Wayside’s Supportive Housing program provides a safe, affordable, and independent living option for single women and women and their children as they transition from treatment back into the community.
A Family Services Case Manager will help you address any barriers you may face accessing treatment or healthcare. They can assist you with applying for county programs like MFIP or social security, advocate on your behalf with Child Protection or other service providers, and coordinate child well-checks and developmental screenings.
Peer Recovery Specialists offer support and encouragement based on their lived experience. As someone who has been there, they can help you navigate resources in the community, support recovery goal setting, access housing and food assistance or help you find meetings or a sponsor.