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Austin
Homeless clients who are too sick to be discharged to a shelter or the streets, but not sick enough to warrant acute hospital placement, are placed in a nursing home for the duration of their illness. There, they receive the therapies they need to get back on their feet. While in the nursing home, Front Steps provides intensive case management to address their income, housing, and self-care needs.

Houston
Harmony House Respite Center, opened in April 2003, seeks to break the cycle of homelessness by intervening at a critical moment in the lives of sick and injured homeless persons — men who are too sick to be on the streets, but not sick enough to be in the hospital.