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Residential Referral Process:

Acceptance into our program is based on the following procedures:

Vacancy Available:

1)  Application received & reviewed.
2)  When all relevant documentation is received (e.g. clinical      records) contact is made with referral source and/or      applicant to discuss application.
3)  If mutually agreed that applicant meets program criteria, an      assessment interview is scheduled.
4)  Assessment interview.
5)  If mutually agreed that applicant is appropriate for the      program, a time is arranged to allow the applicant to view      the home and meet the tenants.
6)  If applicant decides to move into the home and participate in      the program they will sign a tenancy agreement. He/she has      five days to review the agreement and may change their      mind during the five-day time frame.
7)  Applicant to call Co-ordinator after the five-day waiting      period with a final decision regarding accepting Summit      Housing & Outreach Programs services. A move in date is      arranged at this time (if applicant chooses to move in).
8)  Referral source verbally given status report.

No Vacancy Available:

1)  Application received and reviewed.
2)  When all relevant documentation is received (e.g. clinical      records) contact is made with referral source and/or      applicant to discuss application and to advise there are no      vacancies.
3)  If mutually agreed that applicant meets program criteria, an      informative/assessment interview may be scheduled if      applicant is agreeable. If she/he does not wish to attend an      interview at this stage, the applicant is put on the waiting      list (applicant to be interviewed when unit becomes      available).
4)  Informative/assessment interview (if requested).
5)  If mutually agreed the applicant is an appropriate candidate      for the program, the referral is put on the residential waiting      list.
6)  If mutually agreed appropriate, an applicant may be offered      services through the Summit Housing & Outreach Programs      outreach case-management program at either stage 3 or 5      above (provided there is a vacancy).
7)  Referral source verbally given status report.
8)  Both applicant and referral source are advised when a vacant      unit becomes available.

 
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