Who We Are
The Stewart Community Home, INC. is designed to provide safe permanent and transitional housing for adults not capable of completely caring for themselves due to mental illness, as well as, physical or intellectual disabilities. SCH provides a fully staffed kitchen which serves three meals per day and three snacks per day, 7 days a week. SCH also provides a medical stabilization program, life skills training by qualified staff to increase deficits in basic living skills, case management to assess resident needs and link them to services, transportation to all appointments, and a work program for residents to increase their work related skills and assist them in resume writing and job search. Our programs are designed to improve skills that mental illness or physical deficiencies may have affected, so that when a resident transitions out of our program they will be successful and will not return to homelessness. Each resident is carefully assessed in order to identify their particular needs and increase their potential for success.
The Stewart Community Home provides permanent and transitional safe housing for those homeless and disabled adults requiring limited personal care by providing, nutritious meals, medical stabilization programs, and activities to maximize essential life skills.
Treat all with dignity.
Provide support and opportunities.
Practice responsibile stewardship.
Achieve results through competence and creativity.
To improve the quality of life for the homeless and disabled population of the Chattahoochee Valley, regardless of their ability to pay, and be viewed as a model agency providing ongoing services to this special needs population.