Harvest Commons Residence

Harvest Commons Residence opened in 2013 and provides a setting in which men and women who have successfully completed the St. Leonard’s House and Grace House programs can find continued support in their journeys toward independent, whole lives. This is accomplished through the provision of safe, affordable, appealing housing accompanied by a comprehensive program of supportive services which are developed and conducted in conjunction with those provided through St. Leonard’s Ministries. Depending upon individual needs, housing is typically sufficient to achieve goals and move toward self-sufficiency.

While at Harvest Commons Residence, residents enjoy:

  • Community living
  • Drug-free environment
  • Private bathroom
  • Secured entrance
  • Resident lounge
  • Maintenance support
  • Paid utilities

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The Supportive Services Program provides an array of resources and programs designed to ensure the success of residents in an independent living setting.

Services include:
  • Case management
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Medical and dental referrals
  • Psychological services
  • Employment services
  • Substance abuse services
  • Relapse prevention
  • Social and recreational activities
  • Service work and volunteer opportunities
  • Assistance with life skills, budgeting and finances

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A joint venture with Heartland Housing, Harvest Commons Residence offers 17 single-room-occupancy apartments. Each unit is completely furnished. A community room is available for meetings, activities, watching television and entertaining guests. A laundry room is in the building. Outdoor yard space is available for summer recreational activities.
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Program Services and Case Management services are provided by staff members who are professionally and personally equipped to serve residents. Staff members receive ongoing professional development training. Each resident of Harvest Commons Residence works with the Director of Supportive Services, who provides case management and facilitates the resident’s access to programs and services.
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Information: David Rosa, Permanent Housing Administrator
Services: Patricia Williams, Director of Supportive Services

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