KBH offers Transitional Housing for homeless individuals who need additional skills and supports to live independently in the community. This option helps people who need to improve skills and who may need additional supports to access resources and eventually obtain and remain in permanent housing.
Kennebec Behavioral Health operates apartment buildings with units reserved for people with mental illness who need intensive supports to maintain community tenure. These are independent apartments where tenants can receive rental subsidy and necessary skills development and supports for successful community living.
All housing options offer safe, decent, affordable housing and either on-site services or community support services necessary for people with severe mental illness to live as independently as possible.
Kennebec Behavioral Health offers a wide range of community housing options for persons with mental illness. Our Rental Services Program offers independent housing units, which provide income-eligible consumers with housing and access to KBH programs and services and other community services. The Rental Services Program manages two rental subsidy programs for eligible individuals. The subsidy programs pay a monthly rent subsidy to local landlords for eligible consumers helping to reduce their housing costs.