For more than two decades, the Religious Coalition to Assist the Homeless (RCAH) has provided funding for emergency shelter beds, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing, and other housing-related support services across our community. Since 2018, RCAH grant funding has supported wraparound services at Terrace at Oak Springs, an apartment community provides a home to 50 individuals who have experienced chronic homelessness and live with mental illness, substance use disorder, or other chronic health conditions.


In fall 2020, RCAH awarded Integral Care $10,000 for the provision of rehabilitation and recovery support services – including case management, primary and mental health care, substance use treatment and employment services – that can help residents maintain their housing while building their health and well-being. Thanks to funding from RCAH, newly housed residents have access to the tools and supports tools they need to remain successfully housed and lead independent lives in the community.