Debbie Perry bio
Debbie Perry is Henderson Behavioral Health’s Housing Administrator. In her role, she oversees a variety of housing options including Residential Treatment, Homeless Emergency Shelter services and multiple Permanent Supportive Housing options. Henderson has been the leader in the provision of behavioral health services to homeless persons in our community since 1986. She is committed to expanding housing options to those with behavioral health conditions.
Henderson’s Homeless Services: Eases the transition from life on the street to permanent housing.
HHOPE (Housing and Health Options Promote Empowerment) Project: Serves chronically homeless persons having a serious mental illness who may also have a concurrent substance use disorder. The program uses a team approach to meet the unique service needs of this high-risk, service-intensive population. Persons served are assisted in securing permanent housing, then supportive services are provided to retain the housing placement and strengthen community re-integration.
Henderson Village: Services include a Safe Haven emergency shelter; onsite psychiatric, nursing, therapy and case management.
Chalet Apartments: Broward’s first Single Room Occupancy (SRO) project provides permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless individuals having a serious mental illness. Eligible tenants receive rental assistance through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Debbie Perry, MBA
Administrator of Housing Services
Henderson Behavioral Health