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Mission 911 Transitional Housing Corpus Christi

911 Park Avenue
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
(361)882-0911




Class of Housing: Transitional Housing

General Information:

Provides shared apartments for homeless men in a faith-based environment.

Eligibility:  Minimum age 18 , Males

Fees:   20% of income

Intake Procedure:   Walk-ins accepted

Documents Required:   Call for information Hours:  Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm

Fees may apply for this Transitional Housing resource. Contact Mission 911 Transitional Housing with the contact information we provided to get full details. Oftentimes you can apply for sliding scale fee payment or other options if you are low income. You will need to speak with them to see if you qualify.

Mission 911 is a 501c3 nonprofit faith based organization that offers an array of programs using resources in the community to help displaced people (Families, women and men) that reside in the Coastal Bend area. Mission 911 uses a holistic approach to helping displaced people by holding Anger Management groups, Life Skills Groups and Substance Abuse Intervention Programs using a Cognitive/Behavioral approach.  Along with these groups the resident has spiritual guidance as the participant seems appropriate.   Mission 911 was developed on and continues to believe that the spiritual component in a person's life is a major factor in a person's growth and ability to become self-sufficient.
Mission 911 was formed in the year 2001 for the sole purpose of helping displaced people gain back self-sufficiency.  Since that time it has come to our attention there is a great need for employment counseling, substance abuse counseling and mental health needs for the homeless population.
Mission 911 has found that approximately 85% of the populations who are admitted to the program have substance abuse issues, 25% of the population has mental health issues, 98% of the residents have employments problems and 80% of the residents have requested spiritual guidance.  As these issues are addressed it becomes evident the person has a better chance of self-sufficiency and be able to become a productive member in society.
The King Family program is designed to help families and women. For eligibility to enter this program:
–          The family or female must meet the criteria for homelessness;
–          Be willing to look at all avenues to change their life to include their spiritual way of living as well as programs offered to them;
–          Be able to either gain employment or to complete volunteer work at the local
volunteer center within three weeks of admission (this depends on childcare and other variables for the participant).
This program was developed to help families engage in re-setting a family style of living.  There is a 9:00 pm curfew for the residents in this program and they must be actively seeking employment from 8:00am until 4:00pm Monday through Friday.
Project Hogan
Mission 911 is a 501c3 nonprofit faith based organization that offers an array of programs using resources in the community to help displaced people (Families, women and men) that reside in the Coastal Bend area. Mission 911 uses a holistic approach to helping displaced people by holding Anger Management groups, Life Skills Groups and Substance Abuse Intervention Programs using a Cognitive/Behavioral approach.  Along with these groups the resident has spiritual guidance as the participant seems appropriate.   Mission 911 was developed on and continues to believe that the spiritual component in a person's life is a major factor in a person's growth and ability to become self-sufficient.
Mission 911 was formed in the year 2001 for the sole purpose of helping displaced people gain back self-sufficiency.  Since that time it has come to our attention there is a great need for employment counseling, substance abuse counseling and mental health needs for the homeless population.
Mission 911 has found that approximately 85% of the populations who are admitted to the program have substance abuse issues, 25% of the population has mental health issues, 98% of the residents have employments problems and 80% of the residents have requested spiritual guidance.  As these issues are addressed it becomes evident the person has a better chance of self-sufficiency and be able to become a productive member in society.
The Hogan program is for males who are just entering the program.  For an individual to be eligible to enter this program they shall:
–          Meet the criteria for homelessness;
–          Be willing to look at all avenues to change their life to include their spiritual way of living and programs offered to them;
–          Be able to gain employment;
–          Volunteer Work at the local volunteer center or in the community;
–          Live in a dorm setting for $3.00 a night;
–          Get identification to get a job. (ie. Texas Id, Voter Registration Card, Social Security Card)
Project M911
Mission 911 is a 501c3 nonprofit faith based organization that offers an array of programs using resources in the community to help displaced people (Families, women and men) that reside in the Coastal Bend area. Mission 911 uses a holistic approach to helping displaced people by holding Anger Management groups, Life Skills Groups and Substance Abuse Intervention Programs using a Cognitive/Behavioral approach.  Along with these groups the resident has spiritual guidance as the participant seems appropriate.   Mission 911 was developed on and continues to believe that the spiritual component in a person's life is a major factor in a person's growth and ability to become self-sufficient.
Mission 911 was formed in the year 2001 for the sole purpose of helping displaced people gain back self-sufficiency.  Since that time it has come to our attention there is a great need for employment counseling, substance abuse counseling and mental health needs for the homeless population.
Mission 911 has found that approximately 85% of the populations who are admitted to the program have substance abuse issues, 25% of the population has mental health issues, 98% of the residents have employments problems and 80% of the residents have requested spiritual guidance.  As these issues are addressed it becomes evident the person has a better chance of self-sufficiency and be able to become a productive member in society.
Project M911 helps a client maintain employment and complete their goal to become self-sufficient. This program is geared for the client to strive toward independence and pay $50.00 a wk for a apartment for a nine month period.  They cook for themselves, clean and maintain their own apartment.  Each client in this program will continue to receive group sessions, individual sessions and spiritual guidance.  These clients will continue to follow their Service Plans and work toward their ultimate goal of self-sufficiency. The program will start to implement an alumni aspect for people who have completed the program to find fellowship and help others who may needs guidance.
The ultimate goal is for these men to find and live in a apartment in the community and be productive citizens.
Mission 911 Guidelines
The following guidelines are designed to promote a positive and healthy lifestyle.  Consequences may be levied for violations of these rules including full unit restriction and in some instances, immediate and unsatisfactory discharge.
Use of and/or possession of alcohol, illegal drugs, prescriptions drugs or paraphernalia in Mission 911 is grounds for immediate discharge.  Abstinence is required in the program.
    Physical violence, fighting or verbal abuse to anyone, whether it be clients, employees or visitors can lead to immediate discharge.
    Smoking at the Mission 911 is only to be allowed in designated areas.  There is no smoking permitted in the facility at all.  Smoking in undesignated or in the facility could result in immediate termination from the program.
    Clients are to attend all schedule groups sessions unless they are physically unable to do so.  Mission 911 staff understands this may be a difficult time for clients and will work with clients during this important stage of their recovery.
    Sexually explicit magazines or materials are not allowed in the Mission 911.  All videos must be declared and approved by the Unit Manager or their designee.  Movies with extreme acts of sex or violence will not be permitted.
    No sex is allowed on the premises of Mission 911.  No person is allowed to go into another person's room on the Mission 911 property.  If a woman is in a man's room or a man in a woman's room this is a ground for immediate termination from the program.  Women are not permitted down the men's hall and men are not permitted down the women's hall.
    Each client is responsible for the cleanliness of his or her personal living space.  Each client will receive daily duties to maintain the Mission911 cleanliness.  Cleanliness will be monitored on a daily basis.
    Food/drinks are not permitted in the client's room.  All food and drinks will be consumed in the television room/day room.
    If a client knows a client is using or has mood altering substances on the unit it is that person's responsibility to inform a staff member.  Knowing is the same as doing on the Mission 911.
    All clients must be dressed appropriately when they leave their rooms.  The staff on duty will determine appropriate dress.  There will be no advertisements of alcohol or other mood-altering substances worn while on the Mission 911.  Gang mentality will not be tolerated on the Mission 911 property.
    Each client is responsible for his or her personal belongings.  Staff will lock up valuables to be given back whenever asked to.  Cigarettes and money are strongly encouraged to be kept in your possession at all times.  No gambling is permitted anywhere on Mission 911 property.  This includes lottery tickets, card games, dice, sporting events or any other games of chance.
    All room decorations are up to the discretion of the Unit Director of their designee.
    Personal radios must be kept to a minimum volume.  All radios will be turned off by 10:00pm every night.  After 10:00pm the use of headphones may be used.  Violations of this rule will result in the loss of this privilege.
    All client vehicles will be parked in the main Mission 911 parking lot.    This is for your safety.
Telephone calls are listed on the walls and in the nurse's stations.  Phone calls are limited to five minutes.  If you go over your five minutes it could result in loss of phone privileges.
     All clients must be in their rooms at 10:00pm every night of the week.  This is to include Friday and Saturday nights.  People in Mission 911 are to heal their bodies as well as their minds.
    Prior to your discharge you must wash your linen and turn everything back into the Mission 911.
    Clients on the Mission 911 are expected to support each other and help each other in group and community time.  Simple respect is to be shown to each other at all times.
    No one is allowed outside the building without permission from staff.  All cigarette breaks will be taken under the supervision of staff.  Cigarette breaks are for ten minutes or at the discretion of the staff member taking you out.
In Consideration of my being admitted as a client I hereby agree to the following:
to participate and complete in the Mission 911 program which may last  9 months.
        to accept full monetary responsibility for any Doctor, Medication, Hospital or Ambulance expenses that may occur. To pay for my stay at Mission 911 as disclosed in the guidelines.
        to hold Mission 911, its agents, members or employees free from liability of loss through fire, theft or personal injury while I am on or about the premises of the same;
        to grant written permission to any doctor, hospital, institution, attorney, agency or family member that I desire to give information concerning me to representatives of Mission 911
        to grant Mission 911 representatives to inspect my belongings and remove any liquor, drugs or medications at any time;
        to undergo testing to determine whether I have been drinking or taking drugs;
        to give, transfer and assign any and all personal property left on the premises in clear title to Mission 911 after one (1) week upon leaving Mission 911;
        to return any loaned text books or spiritual books or Big Book upon termination;
        any and all medication prescribed to me by a licensed physician will be administered to me by a designated Mission 911.


Website: http://ccmission911.org/

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Helpful Definitions For Mission 911 Transitional Housing Corpus Christi:

Transitional housing is affordable supportive housing designed to provide housing and appropriate support services to persons who are homeless or who are close to homelessness. The transition is to help them be more self sufficient to move towards independent living on their own. Transitional housing locations are oftentimes called Halfway Houses. The naming of the two (Halfway House OR Transitional House) is oftentimes interchangeable.

Many Transitional Housing programs are subsidized and are income based. Income based transitional housing generally charges 30% of your income for rent when you do have income. Contact the transitional housing facility to see if this applies.

Services provided at transitional housing facilities varies from substance abuse treatment, to psychological assistance, job training, domestic violence assistance, etc. The assistance provided varies, but it is generally affordable and low cost housing. Read the descriptions of each of the transitional living locations for more detailed information. Transitional housing facilities also may or may not assist with alcohol and/or drug substance abuse treatment.



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