What We Do

House of Mercy offers vital housing, human service, substance-related/addictive disorders treatment, and mental health programs to individuals and families that have experienced difficulty in accessing these critical services and supports. Specific services provided by the House of Mercy include: permanent housing; transportation; childcare; Behavioral Health Intervention Services (BHIS); outpatient mental health counseling (e.g., individual, group, relationship, trauma, and family therapy); addiction counseling services (e.g., substance abuse assessments, primary treatment, relapse prevention education, individual/group counseling, aftercare support, twelve-step meetings, etc.); homeless outreach addiction assessment, education, treatment, and case management services; student assistance assessment and treatment programming; education and employment assistance; and skill development training in such areas as communication, parenting, anger management, and nutrition.