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The UCS Homeless Medical Respite Program provides people a needed opportunity to rest, recuperate, and rebuild after suffering a medical crisis. With 10 beds, we offer men and women in crisis a safe discharge from the hospital in order to reduce preventable readmission, build well-being, and increase the likelihood of ending a person’s homelessness through a permanent housing opportunity.

The Health Recovery Homes (HRH’S) opened in July 2000 to service homeless men needing a place to recover after in inpatient hospital stay. Providing a vital link in the continuum of care, the HRH serves the needs of the inpatient well enough to go home from the hospital, but having no home to go to.

LTHC has partnered with community healthcare providers to create a Medical Respite Program within a 24/7 Homeless Services Engagement Center.