CAPMC owns and manages 32 units of special needs housing at 10 locations.
This four unit complex is leased to AWARE, Inc. for the provision of transitional housing for victims of domestic violence. Residents may stay up to 18 months and are provided services enabling them to move into stable permanent housing. This development was funded in part by Housing and Urban Development and the PA Department of Community Affairs.
This is a ten unit development for individuals and their families who suffer from chronic mental illness. Support services are provided by the Community Counseling Center of Mercer County and The Behavioral Health Commission, Inc. of Mercer County. Funding for this development was provided by Housing and Urban Development.
Permanent Supported Housing for Persons with Serious Mental Illness
Eight units at three locations. Support services are provided by The Community Counseling center of Mercer County. Funding for this development was provided by Housing and Urban Development.
Mental Health Housing
Nine units at four locations for persons with mental health issues. This project was developed with financial support from the Behavioral Health Commission of Mercer County, Inc.