Project Return owns and operates a supportive housing complex, Friendship Palms.
Supportive services for residents are funded in part by Cental Florida Behavioral Health Network and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Each resident holds a rental agreement for a private, secured bedroom and shares a bathroom, kitchen, and living area with a roommate.
Residents take an active role in their apartment community. The Tenants' Council provides an opportunity for all residents to have a voice in the decision-making at the apartment complex.
Person-centered planning facilitated by a team of caring staff is available to residents. Residents access services as needed and requested from the team of mental health and support specialists so that they are able to achieve the life outcomes that they value. The menu of support services available include:
Personal Service Planning
Service coordination and planning with other community resources
Home visits and care calls
Medication supervision and symptom reduction
Assistance with residency and money management issues
On-call crisis support
Peer network and support
Individualized services are developed as needed for each resident
A Community Clubhouse is also available for residents' use. Amenities include: Laundry facilities, community mailboxes, computer with Internet access, vending machines. Activities include: social gatherings, everning and weekend activities, problem-solving and peer support groups, Dinner Club, and Tenants' Council.
How To Become A Resident of Friendship Palms