Transitional housing is designed to provide housing and appropriate support services to homeless individuals and families for up to 24 months to facilitate movement to independent living.  Supportive services within a transitional housing program vary depending on individual or family and challenges they are facing preventing self-sufficiency and independence.

Upon entry into a transitional housing program an assessment process is completed and the individual or family is assigned a case manager.  A case plan unique to each individual or family's needs, providing a list of necessary supportive services to complete the program and transition into permanent housing.

Each transitional housing program is designed to fit a specific population:

  • Youth/Young adults
  • Families
  • Single men or woman
  • Veteran
  • Domestic Violence

Transitional housing programs help maintain sobriety, reunify families, and create a sense of community and safety.  Services provided in most transitional housing programs are employment services, educational and job training, childcare, transportation, financial/budget assistance, life-skills classes, substance abuse programs.     





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