BRIDGE HOUSING PROGRAMS

The Bridge Housing Programs operated by the Alcott Center provides temporary housing to individuals released or diverted from incarceration until they can be connected to permanent housing.  Working closely with the office of diversion & reentry, our programs are service-enriched, staffed with multi-disciplinary teams, and provide structure, supervision, support, and life skills designed to prepare our residents to succeed once permanently housed. 

The Alcott Center operates a 43-bed interim housing facility specifically for men being released from incarceration.  The “Fisher House” provides a safe, stable residence, along with food and clothing while residents work closely with their assigned agency and case manager who connects them to other necessary resources. The Fisher House is fully-staffed 24/7 with nurses, case managers, and aides.

The Alcott Center operates two 20-bed interim housing facility specifically for men being released from incarceration.  The Bandera House provides a safe, stable residence, along with food and clothing while residents work closely with their assigned agency and case manager who connects them to other necessary resources. The Bandera House is fully-staffed 24/7 with nurses, case managers, and aides.

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