We’re proud to offer a variety of residential programs and housing services to individuals with disabilities and their families.  From independent affordable housing rentals to Community Residential Services (CRS) and supportive shared living, Handy Help LLC strive to provide equitable, culturally responsive, and innovative services to individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. 

HOUSING SUPPORT:  We  have a long-standing, trusted relationship with landlords, property managers, community partners to strive to create more affordable housing opportunities with supportive services to help individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds live independently.  These housing options and services can be incredibly beneficial for individuals with disabilities (e.g. mental health, physical disability, developmental disability, etc. ) re-integrating back to the community.

Community Residential Services (CRS)

We believe in creating tailor-made services that cater to our client’s unique needs and goals.

Handy Help LLC is proud to offer quality culturally specific services to individuals for over 15 years.  Each of our Homes are staffed according to the person’s needs.  Our trained staff may include a mental health worker, a direct support professional, LPN,  RN, Qualified Developmental Disability Professional (QDDP), and a Program Manager. 

The services for these individuals are provided through different waivers such as Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI) Waiver, Brain Injury (BI) Waiver, Developmental Disability (DD) Wavier, Community Alternative Care (CAC) ,etc. 

We believe that our experience and knowledge make us an exceptional choice as you seek a Home & Community-based service provider.


Our mental health & substance use disorder traditional Transitional House (aka Stryker House) provides a safe, nurturing environment where individuals can work through mental health and substance use disorder challenges with the support and guidance of our  MI/CD trained practitioner or wellness professional. While abstinence is not the program’s goal, program participants are required to adhere to House Rules set by program participants.   Through a combination of one-on-one &  group skills building and training, individuals will gain the tools and insights needed to manage their challenges and move forward with greater clarity and resilience.

If you or someone you know could benefit from our MI/CD transitional house, please complete the referral form below or contact us at

Who We Are

Stryker House, Transitional House, is a 10-bed facility offering up to 90 days stay for men age 18+ to work on their recovery while strengthening their informal & formal support systems, connect to their healthcare providers, obtain stable employment and housing.  At Stryker House, every resident has their own private bedroom so they can focus on recovery while they re-integrate back into the community. 

Resident Centered Care

Stryker House, Transitional House, is created to support the individuals affected by mental health and addictions recover.  In partnership with the residents, we set structure  and house rules to help support the men be successful.  Upon admission to the program, the MI/CD practitioner and the program participant will review the house rules, program expectations, and  program outcomes.  Expectations including but not limited to (1) Residents must attend one weekly house meeting, (2) residents must attend at least 1 AA or 12-step meeting outside of Stryker; (3) Residents are encouraged to seek education and/or employment/volunteer work, (4) Residents must adhere to house rules, in particular, respect other residents’ recovery, (5) House chores are assigned and must be completed as scheduled.

Transitional House

Stryker House, Transitional House, provides a safe, nurturing environment where residents can work through mental health and substance use disorder challenges with the support and guidance of our  MI/CD practitioner or wellness professional. Through a combination of one-on-one &  group skills building, and coping skills practices, residents will gain the tools and insights needed to manage their challenges and move forward with greater clarity and resilience.


MYTH:  “People who experience mental illness are weak and cannot handle stress.”

FACT:  “Stress impacts well-being, but this is true for everyone. People who experience mental illnesses may actually be better at managing stress than people who haven’’t experienced mental illnesses. Many people who experience mental illnesses learn skills such as stress management, mental health coping skills, and problem-solving strategies so they can take care of stress before it affects their well-being. Taking care of yourself and asking for help when you need it are signs of strength, not weakness” (NAMI, 2024).     

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