Do you provide treatment?
Do you accept insurance of any kind?
- BAFS offers several types of housing combined with supportive services. We do not provide treatment. Many residents attend out-patient treatment through local providers. Some attend residential treatment prior to coming to BAFS.
- Transitional housing costs vary depending on a persons situation and available funding. We charge a $250 per month occupancy fee and an additional $200 for food. We also charge a $35 app/screening fee (no charge if the application is denied). The majority of residents pay for food with SNAP benefits.
- Permanent housing rents start at $270 for a private room and bath. This building has shared kitchens. Two bedroom apartments start at $390. Household income limits apply. Call for more information.
How do I apply?
- You can download a short application form and mail it, fax it, attach it to an email, or bring it by our office. If you are working with another agency ask the person you're working with to complete the referral form and return it to us. We can also send you an application or referral form, just give us a call.
I'm calling during business hours but all I get is voice mail. What's up with that?
- One positive thing about today's economy is that it encourages organizations to become more efficient and cost effective. We do not have a dedicated staff person to answer our phones. When you call us during business hours and don't immediately get through it's usually because we are helping someone else. If you leave us a message we will be notified. One of us will return your call as quickly as we can. You can help us help you by leaving a brief message.