space to focus on recovery
Shangri-La's mental health residential programs aim to provide environments and supports that promote recovery in ways that are beneficial and meaningful to each person.
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Residential Treatment Homes
Shangri-La's Residential Treatment Homes (RTH) provide daily living supports to individuals with chronic mental illness in a group home setting with 24-hour staffing.
Each resident has a private room and access to two large common areas. Personalized supports provide individuals with assistance in developing skills for increased independence.
Jefferson, Salem, Albany, Corvallis, Eugene
Referral required by county mental health program.
Take a virtual tour of a Residential Treatment Home
Independent shared-living duplexes
Shangri-La's Arthur Street Duplexes provide a shared-living option for individuals with chronic mental illness. The 2-bedroom, drug and alcohol-free, partially furnished duplexes are located in Eugene, Oregon.
Supports include recovery-based services, independent living skill-building, and transition supports.
Residents must be AMHI ("Aim-High") funding eligible, willing to live with a housemate, be drug and alcohol-free, and actively participating in treatment.
Rental assistance program
The Rental Assistance Program assists individuals with serious mental illness to obtain affordable housing, increase independent living skills, and learn how to be a successful tenant and good neighbor.
30% of a participant's monthly adjusted income is designated for rent and utilities. Shangri-La pays the remaining amount.
Lane County (Eugene/Springfield area)
Rental assistance is available to individuals with serious mental illness who are:
At risk of being homeless
Under supervision of the PSRB
Involved with adult corrections or on parole or probation in Lane Co.
Being released from the Oregon State Hospital for a Residential Treatment Home in Lane Co.