50 W. Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695
Michael Johnson, Program Director
Hope ACT and INSPIRE are full service partnerships serving Yolo County adults, Older Adults and Transition Age Youth who suffer from mental illness and chronic homelessness. Each client works closely with an interdisciplinary team including a service coordinator, peer advocates, psychiatrist, nurse, and clinician. We provide intensive case management services to our clients which entails weekly visitation, support in community settings, referrals to alcohol and drug services, linkage to health care, financial institutions, county and community resources, employment services, and supportive housing. We work with clients to develop effecting coping skills, manage symptoms, and practice life skills to better support them in the community in which they live.
Additionally, through housing support we teach client’s independent living skills such as money management, housekeeping, personal care (dressing, grooming, and hygiene), food preparation, clothing management (laundry, sorting, identification), personal organization (materials and time management), and household maintenance.