Case Management

KSHOP Re-Entry

This is a collaborative project, funded by a federal grant with partners including Heartland RADAC, the State of Kansas Department of Corrections, Wyandotte Mental Health, Kim Wilson Housing, Mental Health Association of the Heartland and the Corporation for Supportive Housing.

Services are designed for individuals returning to Wyandotte County from state prisons, who have a history of chronic substance use disorder, homelessness, and/or mental health diagnoses. This project focuses on permanent supportive housing and intensive services within a community setting to reduce risks and prevent costly community services such as hospital emergency room visits, police involvement, prison, etc.