Project Horseshoe Farm provides an enhanced independent living housing program for women 50 years old and older diagnosed with a mental disorder.
The program, located in Greensboro (Hale County), Alabama is designed to provide a supportive family style home environment for individuals who could benefit from stable affordable housing paired with the companionship of Horseshoe Farm and other community volunteers. The program goals are:
To improve the quality of life of people with mental disorders who do not require inpatient care.
To improve or maintain level of function in a non-institutional supportive environment.
To prevent or reduce the need for in-patient care and when possible to promote the development of skills necessary to return to more independent living.
|A beautiful summer day at Horseshoe Farm|
*Because Project Horseshoe Farm is a community based program, the organization will actively seek and give priority to prospective residents who are from or have a connection to the Black Belt region.
*To encourage active involvement and engagement in the life of the farm and the community, cable television is not available on the Farm.
*Project Horseshoe Farm is a drug and alcohol free housing program.
*Because we are not an assisted living facility, we cannot accept residents who are in need of assistance with activities of daily living.
*The housing program is not staffed on 24/7 basis. There may be several hours at a time when residents may be alone at the house during the day, In addition, volunteer staff are not physically present at the house at night between 8 PM and 8 AM. Residents do have access to contacting a volunteer staff member on a 24/7 basis via an on call number.
*Project Horseshoe Farm is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.