Above the Clouds

DIAMOND KARE RESIDENTIAL EMERGENCY SHELTERS 

Mission
To encourage and empower at-risk families and those who are homeless on behalf of an “emergency” situation. While providing resolutions that will help each child, family and individual sustain adequate housing and long-term self-sufficiency.

DIAMOND KARE RESIDENTIAL

EMERGENCY SHELTERS

 FOR CHILDREN

 Providing an emergency safe-haven for children that are abruptly removed from any current living situation that is deemed unsafe.

DKR Shelters provide a home-like setting that is specially design to meet each child needs. Settings are design to help improve cognitive, social, and emotionally needs while each child is in care. Providing security, comfort and stability. Which can be key in one’s development.

DKR Shelters operate a licensed and regulated facility in the Phoenix area. Providing emergency care for children ages 6 months to 5 years. DKR Shelters are open 24 hours a day and 365 days a year.

DIAMOND KARE RESIDENTIAL EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR

BEHAVIORL HEATLH

 DKR Shelters provide emergency housing (short-term to long-term) for individuals with general mental health and/or substance use disorder (GMHSUD). By providing supportive services it can help decrease and lower emergency and crisis services. As well as help stabilize mental health issues and substance use disorders.

This type of service is extensive, and it is critical for us to help those who suffer from homelessness along with behavior health obstacles. We have highly trained staff and licensed professionals working hand in hand together to ensure all needs are met. All trained staff closely monitor the progress of each individual that participate in this program.

 

Each individual may be subjected to a drug screening test upon intake(random tests). All participants must abide by and adhere to all facility rules, standards and guidelines. All participants must report to all outside agencies accordingly.

DIAMOND KARE RESIDENTIAL EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR

STANDARD HOMELESSNESS

 Services for standard homelessness consists of providing emergency shelter for individuals who experience unusual displacement. Meaning sudden homelessness on behalf of social economic factors. I.E., sudden death of a family members, sudden evictions, loss of employment, etc.

 Each individual may be subjected to a drug screening test upon intake. All participants must abide by and adhere to all facility rules, standards and guidelines. All participants must report to all outside agencies accordingly.