Hope, Dignity, and Support
for People Recovering from Mental Illnesses
ALL ALLAALLPROJECT RETURN WILL BE CLOSED THROUGH 9/13/17.
An assessment of the properties has been completed along with follow up with partners that support our services.
Based on that assessment, the Project Return Center will resume operations for members on Monday, September 18. Center team members should report to work at the Center tomorrow, Thursday, 9/14/17 at their normal start times. The Center will be open for staff only in order to dispose of food and re-order food and prepare for services.
The Housing Team will also resume operations on Thursday, 9/14/17. Housing team members should report to work tomorrow at their normal start times. The team should be knocking on all apartment doors to determine who is on property, any needs, etc. and provide an update to the Housing Manager.
Staff may elect to work reduced hours tomorrow should they need time to continue to address any personal clean up or issues that they may have at their homes. Staff will be paid for hours worked tomorrow (as applicable for exempt/non-exempt staff). Staff will be paid for their regularly scheduled work hours for Project Return closures on Thursday (9/7), Friday (9/8), and Monday-Wed (9/11-9/13).
If you have any issues that prevent you from reporting to work tomorrow, please let us know.
PLEASE STAY POSTED TO THIS WEBSITE AND TO EMAIL UPDATES TO STAFF'S HOME EMAIL ADDRESSES FOR FUTHER INFORMATION.
Project Return is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people recovering from mental illnesses through educational, vocational, and supportive housing services so that they may live productive and fulfilling lives in the community.
We offer a menu of services individuals can choose from including educational classes, social activities, work preparation and employment, housing options, personal enrichment opportunities, and access to other community resources all at one convenient location.
We strive to provide easy access to information about our services, agency, staff members. Find all the information you need with our Quick Links.
Project Return organizes exciting and fun-filled events throughout the year. You are invited! Click below if an event is listed for more information.
Project Return is funded in part by Central Florida Behavioral Health Network, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations.
"A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE."