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Homeless Integration Project

COPE’s Homeless Integration Project (HIP) is designed to help those without shelter navigate the system of resources designed to help them secure treatment, medical and mental health assistance, and housing in a safe and healthy way.

HIP expands access to services by creating an intersection of coordination and providing care to homeless individuals, including youth and families, to reduce Substance Use Disorders, Co-occurring disorders, and to improve housing stability. HIP conducts community outreach and harm reduction education, enrolling adults in treatment, case management, and recovery support (including benefit assessment by SOAR-certified staff) and will proactively link youth to youth-specific services.

Services Include:

  • Obtaining Identification
  • Application Assistance(section 8, SSI, SSDI, and more)
  • Substance Abuse Treatment 
  • Behavioral Health Treatment
  • Medical Care
  • Intensive Case Management
  • Employment Services
  • Locating Government Benefits 
  • Appointment Transportation
  • and more

To enroll in services, call 520.372.2027.

For additional information, email