Valley owns and operates a number of units throughout the Salt Lake Valley that offer affordable housing options for those with mental illness. Housing programs range from independent living situations to supervised housing and are primarily focused on helping individuals realize their goals for recovery.
Oquirrh Ridge East – 12 residents
This small apartment complex provides case management services and skills development with minimal supervision and a moderately low frequency of contact.
Oquirrh Ridge West – 12 residents
This is transitional housing with the expectation that those who develop independent living skills and are stable in treatment will transition to more independent housing.
Valley Crossroads – 20 residents
As with Oquirrh Ridge West, Valley Crossroads is transitional housing with the expectation that those who develop independent living skills will be able to achieve it.
Valley Plaza – 72 residents
Supervised cooperative living apartments for individuals with severe mental illness (SMI), offering a variety of services including 24-hour coverage.
Valley Woods – 56 residents
Valley Woods offers permanent housing those who are likely to live here for more than two years. Residents are encouraged to increase their independence and move into the community.
Independent Living Programs
Serving those who have not developed the necessary skills to live in the community without added support, our Independent Living Programs help develop skills in food planning, housekeeping, personal hygiene and socialization with neighbors, landlords and other community members.
Valley Horizons – 20 residents (55 years and older)
Apartment complexes designed for independent living.