Our Transitional Living Program provides a safe, supportive environment to help people move forward in a healthy lifestyle.
Transitional Living Program
TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
Transitioning from homelessness to a new stable life can be a challenging journey. Even after successfully overcoming addiction, it can be difficult for a man or woman to achieve independent housing and employment at first.
Many graduates have limited funds. Low-income housing areas are often saturated with drug and alcohol use, making it difficult to maintain sobriety.
Our Transitional Living Program helps people achieve an independent life.
Your support provides qualified graduates of our program:
- 43 studio and one-bedroom apartments
- a community banquet room
- commercial kitchen
- education/resource center
- clothing center
Each apartment includes:
Emergency shelter for men is available for up to 30 consecutive nights in a 60-man dorm, 24-man dorm and overflow mats.
We have also begun a 6-bed, short-term shelter program for women in cooperation with St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
Men and women who participate in our addiction recovery programs are sheltered for 9-12 months as part of their program. Transitional housing is available through our Transitional Living Program.