Services for the UnderServed (SUS) serves people who are often marginalized by society because of their life circumstances: individuals and families faced with behavioral challenges, people with intellectual/developmental disabilities, individuals living with HIV/AIDS, people with low incomes, people who are or have been homeless and veterans facing barriers to re-entering civilian life. We do our work one person at a time, in partnership with each of the 7,500 individuals whose lives we touch. That, plus our commitment to facilitating and creating opportunity for full and meaningful community inclusion is what makes us a leading human services organization.
Our housing, support, and treatment services bring this opportunity to the people we engage and serve. Our services are designed to foster collaboration with each individuals and/or their families towards realizing goals that address needs, elicit strengths and satisfy interests. Through this person-centered and strength-based approach, individuals are supported in their desire for full-fledged membership in community.