Through strategic partnerships with local, state and federal agencies, CASL is able to utilize resources to maximize impact in the communities we serve. We are grateful to our partners who make it possible to deliver the services needed to serve CASL clients. Here are four of the largest programs provide with our partners:
In 2019, the National Alliance to End Homelessness reported there were over 567,000 people experiencing homelessness in the U.S. Florida has the third largest population of people suffering from homelessness in the nation: 28,328 people. In Sarasota and Manatee counties alone, in 2019, there were 1,135 people identified as homeless.
Case Management and Life Skills
Support services for individuals who experience homelessness or struggle with mental illness, trauma, disabilities, or co-occurring disorders.
Sheriff’s Housing Initiative Facilitating Transient Services (SHIFTS) is a 90-day program to achieve housing sustainability for homeless adults with a serious mental illness
A 90-day program to reintegrate post-release incarcerated individuals into the community and reduce recidivism rates by providing supportive housing.
CASL collaborates with local partners and government agencies to deliver human services