DePalmer House provides transitional housing for homeless persons. The primary goal of this program is to provide an environment and level of services, which will enable residents to attain and maintain safe, affordable permanent housing of their choice. DePalmer House, which opened in 1994, serves adults who are homeless and at various stages of medical illness. DePalmer House residents served typically fall in the age range between 21 and 50. Most individuals are single and live well below the poverty level.
The MESA Commons complex, built by Liberty Resources in 1995, provides permanent housing to families who are homeless or housing vulnerable.